Experienced rural financial counsellors
RFC job covers
A RFC’s job covers a broad range of tasks and they are highly experienced in performing their role. To understand how an RFC may be able to help you or someone you know, read the following case studies.
RFCSNQ referred by bankers
The RFCSNQ was contacted by a client who was referred by their banker. They were in the process of dissolving a family business with two sons each buying out individual farms.
Small Horticultural farm
This case study relates to an older couple with a small horticultural farm. A separate venture to their home farm had failed and their bank sought recovery of the outstanding funds under their personal guarantees.
An elderly couple on a mixed grazing enterprise requested an appointment to help complete their annual financier review paperwork.
Coronavirus and your appointment with Rural Financial Counselling North Queensland
The health and safety of clients and staff is always a top concern to Rural Financial Counselling North Qld. So, we take seriously the potential spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to doing our part to prevent it. We continue to monitor guidance from Australian Government Department of Health, State Health Authorities and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and are taking all necessary precautions.
One Year On Help Still Available for Flooded Farmers and Small Businesses
One year after flooding washed through homes and businesses in north Queensland - help is still available for rural operations and small businesses struggling to get back to full operation.
Financial Counsellors activated as cost of north Queensland Flooding on Small businesses begins to show
The real impact of North Queensland flooding on small businesses is beginning to emerge more than six months after water swept a destructive path through the community.
Research project between University Queensland, Rural Financial Counselling Service North Queensland and Remote Area Planning and Development Board launched
The University of Queensland, the Rural Financial Counselling Service North Queensland RFCSNQ) and the Remote Area Planning and Development Board (RAPAD) have joined forces to undertake research which will influence policy and benefit businesses in central western Queensland.
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For more than a decade the RFCSNQ has been delivering an invaluable service.
Cr Rick Britton, Grazier
Chair RFCSNQ & Mayor of Boulia Shire Council