Director Penalty Notice
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What are my options?
If you have received a Director Penalty Notice, we understand that this can be a stressful time for you.
It’s a tough time but you need to act fast. In the best case scenario you have 21 days to either:
Form a Payment Arrangement
Appoint a liquidator or administrator
Do nothing and become personally liable for the debt.
Make your company pay the debt in the Director Penalty Notice
How can DPN Solutions Help?
Walk through what the notice means with our infographic, or send it to us and we’ll tell you.
We’ll tell you the best thing to do in your situation, and send it to you in writing.
Depending on the plan, we might advocate on your behalf or refer you to a specialist from our group.
Simple steps with our experts.
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Get your 30 minutes free. confidential advice. It’s obligation-free.
We give customised advice
You can send us a scan of your letter and we will help you understand it better.
We will help you come up with a plan.
We’ll tell you the best way forward, and send it to you in writing.
We help you solve the problem.
Whatever the solution, we support you every step of the way
Talk to an expert about your Director
Penalty Notice now.
“I received a DPN in the post, I could tell it was bad but I didn’t know what to do. A quick chat to DPN Solutions and it turned out I could avoid most of the debt by closing my company. They put me in touch with a liquidator and two days after I called the debt was a fraction of what was on the letter!” J.K.
“The ATO sent me a DPN but it went to an old address. Once I received it, I noticed it covered periods in which my company was already shut. DPN Solutions wrote to the ATO for me, and the debt was reduced.” G.H.
“I knew I could pay some of my DPN but not the whole thing right away. DPN Solutions helped me to negotiate a payment arrangement that protected me personally. Their quick and friendly advice was much appreciated”