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Construction for Accountants – Part Two

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At our Wednesdays With Redchip in October, the importance of QBCC Compliance audits / QBCC Minimum Financial Requirements for Accountants and their clients was covered in the webinar.

 

See below the presentation slides from the webinar or download them here.


 

Is your practice the registered office address of a licensee? If so, you are also the primary contact for the service of notices and anything financially related to the company.

Dominic from our Litigation team will cover QBCC Compliance audits / QBCC Minimum Financial Requirements for licensees and how accountants can assist including:

  • Notice of reasons for proposed suspensions of license;
  • Notice of reasons for proposed cancellations of license;
  • Consequences of suspensions and cancellations of license on the builder/client;
  • Methods for recovering money in uncertain times; and
  • Key upcoming changes to the QBCC licensing regime.

Please get in touch with our team if you have any follow up questions on the content provided.

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