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What's New At Credit Matters?

What's New At Credit Matters?

Recently the review of what has been happening during the recession during the September to November period, was updated in our feature, Reviewing a Recession - a Calendar of Events.

A new blog has also been added, which talks about how to manage when people are at their whits end because of all the problems caused by the pandemic. Perhaps the strategies presented may be of assistance.

Shortly we will be adding another feature "Will Australia's Recession Be Worse Than It Had To Be?" in which the factors that will cause this recession to be harder and more difficult than anticipated are highlighted. Unfortunately, despite the bravado currently exhibited by many which advise the recession has not been as difficult as first anticipated, the real problems are yet to be seen.

The attached brochures with this edition are all focused on due diligence and protection against fraud. Unfortunately, fraud is becoming a mainstream problem these days, and is often worse at Christmas and in times of recessions.

Christmas and End of Year Greatings

This year, the newsletter is very simply focused on being as simple and helpful as possible. Like you, I am on information overload or simply running on empty with all things that have occurred.

Therefore, I am going to sign off and wish you all a safe and happy Christmas and New year with your family and firneds.

May 2021 be kind to you. Stay well, take care  and look after your family, friend and business affiars, and all things being equal, you should  have a much better 2021.

Christmas and End of Year Greatings

Latest Blogs & Readings

Latest Blogs & Readings

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Future Opportunities & Possibilities

Credit Matters is continuing to grow and provide marketing and knowledge about financial risks to the Australia business community.

Futhermore, we invite marketing and knowledge ideas from our readers and contributors on how we can assist our respective firms grow. If you have any ideas, please contact me at

If you are interested in finding new ways to reach your marketplace, why not try Credit Matters. Our prices for advertising are very reasonable and advertising packages are on offer to make any cost, even more affordable. So if you are interested in reaching your customers at the right price, please contact Kim at for options.