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Andrew Spring

Andrew Spring is a Sydney-based Partner with national business recovery and insolvency firm Jirsch Sutherland. A Registered Liquidator and Small Business Restructuring Practitioner with qualifications in insolvency, restructuring, turnaround and accounting, Andrew has over 20 years' experience in all corporate insolvency solutions. Andrew specialises in helping family-run businesses, SMEs and private and listed corporations recover from financial distress, become more resilient and efficient, and navigate change. Andrew is a member of the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA), the Australian Institute of Credit Managers (AICM), the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).

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Tax debts trigger interest in Small Business Restructuring plans

The major benefit of an Small Business Restructure is that SMEs can continue to operate with their directors retaining d...

The need to know on the new small-business insolvency reforms

With JobKeeper ending and the ATO starting "soft" debt collection, many COVID-19-impacted SMEs need to consider the new...
Business couple worried about costs, seek help

It’s time to ask “are you okay?”

Consultants and advisers see the impacts of COVID-19 first hand and so are well placed than most to check SME owners' ar...

The vital ingredient that can help restaurants go from stale to sizzling

A lot of restaurants suffer insolvency due to very expensive fit-out costs which are designed to attract the customer’s ...
Easter break, Easter holiday

How to take an Easter break without losing control of your business

The Easter break is a time for business owners to take a needed break while ensuring continuity.

Would you survive the blow of not reporting a data breach?

Not reporting a data breach can have disastrous impact on both brand and reputation - and a potential fine of $1.8 milli...

How to win the holiday battle as a small-business owner

Setting realistic expectations and proper planning are the keys for businesses feeling the holiday pressure.