Business Forms, Templates and Regulations

 'Letter of Demand' template. 

1. Simply click/tap here to download it! Be sure to tap the button that says 'Enable Editing' and then 'Enable Content'.

2. Then click into each box and fill them in as instructed by the blue text.

3. Either: Print it off and sign it, or

4. Save it and send as an email attachment - with a 'read receipt' and a 'delivery receipt' to make sure he got it, or

5. Sign it.

6. Post it (or better still, deliver it by hand to make sure they can't say they never received it).

Free Letter of Demand Template

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Payment terms and conditions for your business.

 

overdue imageHave you ever, not been paid?

It hurts me to listen to people in business, tell me how they have just been screwed over, by a bigger business who refuses to pay.

This report gives you the ammo to fight back!

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(All right, I pinched this one!

It was so good I got their permission to republish it for you . . . Enjoy)

 

 


 

Has your business got a "terms of trade" agreement?

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Independent contractor laws have changed.

Are you up to date on the new ATO rules defining who is an employee and who is a contractor?

Helpful link at the end of this report: Building and Construction Industry Contractor Decision Tool (*)

Do you engage subbies?

Do you work for others as a subbie?

The old 80% rule no longer applies.

As you know, it use to be that as long as you never had any more than  80% of your work coming from one source as a subbie, you could call yourself a contractor.

Earlier last year this all changed with the new independent contractor laws.

 

The ATO is closing the loopholes to protect people who are 'really' employees and not getting the benefits of PAYG Withholding Tax, Award rates of pay, Workers Compensation cover and compulsory Superannuation contributions.

 

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Testimonials . . .

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Hi Paul,

Thank you for your time, advice and knowledge today. And thanks for lunch too! I have now made the final payment installment. It's always great to work with you and I am very appreciative.

You make me not just a better businessman but a better person overall. I now have many things to ponder. Thanks for helping me on my life journey.

Kindest regards,

Craig Cook

Atlantis Plumbing info@atlantisplumbing.com.au


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