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Expert Insight: Wizz Air to continue upward trajectory
Flybe in Talks to Stave Off Collapse Amid Financial Crisis
Jobs Saved as Deal Sees Clintons Rescued from Collapse
Political Parties Lay Out Corporation Tax Plans
Expert Insight: Julie Palmer on Radio 4’s The Bottom Line for insolvency rundown
Economy Avoids Recession But Annual Growth Rate Slowest Since 2010
Stock Traders Demand Shorter Hours to Boost Efficiency and Diversity
Expert Insight: Julie Palmer on Worldwide Nissan Job Losses
Expert Insight: Julie Palmer comments on AO.com losses
British Steel On the Brink of Collapse, Thousands of Jobs at Risk
Bolton Wanderers Goes into Administration Under Threat of Winding Up Order
RBR Advisory: One in Seven Businesses in Financial Distress
Moss Bros is ‘Heading out of Fashion’
Julie Palmer talks Patisserie Valerie on Sky News
Bond yield curve signals towards impending US recession
Rescue deal completed for Capitol Tiles
Expert Insight: Julie Palmer reacts to Q3 Red Flag Alert statistics
Thomas Cook shares drop after second profit warning
Argos takeover pushes Sainsbury’s profits
Company Administration – Professional Football Club
Independent Business Review – Education Sector
Sale out of Administration – Care Home
Independent Business Review – Property Sector
Restructuring – Construction Sector
Preparing for a coronavirus budget: What can the government do to help businesses?
Airlines and Coronavirus: Assessing the impact
Coronavirus and the effect on the global economy: Is your business going to be impacted?
We’ve left the EU; what are the next steps for Brexit?
Using cash flow forecasting to futureproof your business
Can a company in administration still trade?
What alternative finance options are available to traditional bank loans?
Is emergency finance available to pay VAT/tax?
Are acquisitions good or bad news for shareholders?
Taking a bite out of Veganuary: Should your business go vegan in 2020?
2019 Winners and Losers: Who were the winners in retail in 2019?
2019 Winners and Losers: Who lost out on the high street in 2019?
Seasonal Spending: The fight for Britain’s festive food pound
Planning for Growth: How to devise and execute a business expansion plan
How to prepare for an economic downturn
Creating a Successful Succession Plan
Is a certain level of debt healthy for a business?
Black Friday and the Retail Industry: Boon or Bust?
What lies in store for the recruitment industry post-Brexit?
Brexit and EORI numbers: What you need to know about importing and exporting across the EU after Brexit
Budget 2019: What could the Chancellor’s pre-Brexit Budget have in store for individuals and businesses?
VAT Domestic Reverse Charge Delayed: What does this mean for the construction industry?
VAT considerations in the event of a no-deal Brexit
One month to Brexit – how is your working capital?
Thomas Cook Liquidation: Why did the travel giant opt for liquidation over administration?
The difference between shareholders and stakeholders
What is debt refinancing?
The difference between cash flow and EBITDA
Capital Gains Tax Planning: What you need to know ahead of the April 2020 changes
Making Tax Digital: Businesses prepare for the October 2019 deferred VAT deadline
Understanding profit warnings
What is an alternative investment fund?
Understanding Disguised Remuneration Schemes and implications for directors
What is EBITDA in business accounting?
What are the different types of profit measures and which is the most reliable?
Car Companies Must Innovate or Risk Being Left Behind
What makes a company share price rise or fall?
Technology will help construction sector bounce back
The dangers of suicide bidding in a post-Carillion and Brexit delayed world
2018 Budget round up – What does it mean for small business owners?
What does the future hold for CVAs?
Construction sector post-Carillion – what can insolvency professionals learn?
UK car production – a bumpy road ahead
Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA): Free-standing Moratoriums and Restructuring Plans
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NIR - Company Liquidation
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Understanding the Difference between Recourse and Non Recourse Invoice Discounting and Financing
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Invoice Factoring Explained for Small Business including How to Attain Critical Cash Flow Finance
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HMRC’s 60,000 Accelerated Payment Notices ‘Have Brought In £3bn Since 2014’
HMRC Withdraws Hundreds of Accelerated Payment Notices After Judicial Review
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Store Twenty One Rescue Deal Agreed But 77 Branches Set to Close
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Welsh Town Declares Itself Offshore to Avoid Business Taxes
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How does HMRC debt collection work?
HMRC Payment Notice Recipients Urged to ‘Consider Their Validity’ Before Taking Action
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Final Proof of Debt Letter from HMRC Inland Revenue
Distraint Notice and Inventory HMRC
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HMRC Focussing On Cross-Border Payments Amid Tax Avoidance Clampdown
HMRC Distraint: Been Issued an HMRC Distraint Order Notice?
Notice of Distraint by HMRC
HMRC Chief Explains Scrutiny of Top Footballer Players’ Tax Affairs
HMRC Bailiffs: What Are Their Rights?
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RBR Video - HMRC Time to pay arrangements, do they work
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Which UK industry sectors are experiencing the most insolvency appointments?
What is a Seized Goods Letter?
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My company cannot afford to pay its creditors
Guide to Business Insolvency
Employee Rights During Insolvency
Directors Personal Guarantees
What is an unenforceable personal guarantee?
RBR Video - Personal guarantees, what are they and can you get out of them
Director Redundancy Payments
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County Court Judgment
Corporate Insolvency Case Studies
Company Directors and Freezing Orders – Why would business assets be frozen?
Business Going Under
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Duties If Trading Insolvent
Can Directors Be Held Liable For Company Debts in a Limited Company?
Wrongful Insolvent Trading
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What is the IR35 Public Sector and Private Sector Reform for Contractors?
Should I liquidate my company before IR35 2021 reforms?
IR35 Members’ Voluntary Liquidation for Limited Company Contractors
Winding Up Petitions
Understanding a Creditor’s Petition and the process that follows
RBR Video - Winding Up Petition,Orders and Statutory demands
Kids Company Winding Up Petition Submitted As Hopes of Rescue Fade
How to Obtain an Injunction to Restrain a Winding Up Petition Advertisement
How to apply for a Validation Order to unfreeze a business bank account
HMRC Hits Northampton Town FC with Winding Up Petition
Guide to Understanding Winding Up Petitions & Orders
Bury FC Hit With Another HMRC Winding Up Petition
Building Supplier Submits Winding Up Petition Over Debts Owed by Macclesfield Interiors Firm
What Is a Winding Up Order?
Winding up Process and Procedure
How to Wind up a Company
Closing a Business
Cease Trading a Limited Company
Widnes-based Food Businesses Entered into Administration
What is Trading Administration?
What is a Notice of Intention in administration?
What Happens in Company Administration?
What does it mean when a company is bought out of administration?
West Yorkshire’s Largest Private Coach Company Geldards Enters Administration
Voluntary Company Administration
Unpaid Workers Squatting at Building Site After Employer Entered Administration
TUPE and Administration Process Explained
Teesside Steel Fabrication Company SBV Engineering Enters Administration
Tata Steel Confirms 1,200 Job Losses as Caparo Industries Enters Partial Administration
Subsea Contractor Ceona Heads Into Administration With 102 Jobs Lost
Sheffield Fastener-Making Firm Heads into Administration
Scottish Wave Energy Company Aquamarine Power Enters Administration
Scottish Law Firm McClure Naismith Set to Enter Administration
Scottish Armoured Vehicle Maker Penman Engineering Calls in Administrators
Renewable Energy Firm from Liverpool Entered into Administration
Recruitment Firm Acquired Out of Administration in Pre-Pack Deal
Ready Meal Maker S&A Foods Enters Administration, 300 Staff Made Redundant
Putting a Company into Administration
Pre-Pack Administrations to be Backed by Independent Oversight
Pre-pack Administration Deal Saves Iconic British Fashion Retailer Ben Sherman
Pre-Pack Administration Deal Saves Drainage Company and 300 Jobs
Pre-Pack Administration Deal Saves 110 Jobs at Health and Beauty Company in Norfolk
Plymouth Albion Rugby Club On Verge of Administration Amid Financial Crisis
Plastic Bag Company Heads into Administration Blaming Introduction of 5p Charges
Personal Injury Law Firm ‘First Stop Legal Services’ Enters Administration
Over 200 Jobs Lost as Devon Toiletries Company Enters Administration
Oil and Gas Operator PressureFab Entered into Administration
Northern Irish Construction Firm T&A Kernoghan Heads Into Administration
North Sea Energy Exploration Company First Oil Expro Enters Administration
My Local Convenience Store Group ‘Considering Administration’
Manufacturing Woes Send Printing Firm Berforts into Administration
Major Disruption and Job Losses as GHA Coaches Heads into Administration
Local Council Looks to Save Northampton Town FC from Winding Up Petition
Laidlaw Interiors Group Calls in Administrators After Financial Crisis
Kent-based Building Contractor Cardy Construction Set to Enter Administration
Jobs Saved as Yorkshire-based Engineering Firm Alatas Is Acquired Out of Administration
Jobs Saved as Windows Firm Warmseal is Rescued from Administration
Jobs Saved as South Coast Recycling Company Rescued From Administration
Jobs Saved as Manchester-Based Steel Business Rescued From Administration
Jobs Saved As Caparo Industries Testing Business Sold By Administrators
Jobs Lost After Burnley-based Meat Supplier Enters Administration
Jobs Go As Mayfly Containers Ltd Enters Administration
Jobs Go as Historic Manufacturing Firm in Worcester Heads for Administration
Jobs At Risk as Leeds-based Construction Businesses Enter Administration
Hundreds of Jobs Go As Solar Panel Installation Company Enters Administration
Hundreds of Jobs at Risk as Austin Reed Enters Administration
How long can a company stay in administration?
HMRC Winding Up Petition Could Send Bolton Wanderers into Administration Amid Cash Flow Crisis
HMRC Winding Up Petition Cited as Construction Contractor EIC Enters Administration
Hawick Knitwear Entered into Administration, Over 100 Employees Made Redundant
Going into Administration
Gas Turbine Maker Based in Mansfield Sold Out of Administration
Fashion Chain Store Twenty One Tables CVA Rescue Plan
Engineering Company Heads for Administration, Puts 120 Jobs at Risk
Energy Tech Firm Gas2 Enters Administration
Employee Rights During Company Administration
Dundee Engineering Group Enters Administration After Lengthy Battle to Avoid Insolvency
Discount Shoe Retailer Brantano Heads Into Administration with 2,000 Jobs at Risk
Crowdfunded Claims Management Company Rebus Enters Administration
Construction Services Group Elliott Thomas Facing Administration
Company Behind Women’s Clothing Retailer Atterley.com Enters Administration
Company Administration Process Procedure
Company Administration Name Change
Co-op Acquires Six ‘My Local’ Stores Out of Administration
Clothing Suppliers to BHS Entered into Administration with 350 Jobs Lost
Clothing Retailer Exhibit Enters Administration, Closes Stores and Cuts 100 Jobs
Clean Energy Company Based in Warrington Enters Administration After Cash Flow Crisis
Catering Company Peyton and Byrne Sold Via Pre-Pack Administration
Cashflow Woes Force Welsh Computer Games Company into Administration
Cash Flow Problems Force Cumbrian Confectioner Wilson’s Back Into Administration
Car Dealership Operator City Motor Holdings Enters Administration with 267 Jobs to Be Lost
Caparo Tubular Solutions Sold Out of Administration, Over 300 Jobs Saved
Call Centre To Axe Over 100 Jobs After Entering Administration
Brexit Turbulence Blamed for Lowcost Travelgroup’s Entry into Administration
Brexit Blamed as Rivington Biscuits Enters Administration
Bolton-based Demolition Firm Walter Forshaw Heads into Administration
Bolton Wanderers Scramble To Raise Funds Ahead of HMRC Winding Up Hearing
Bolton Wanderers FC Denies Administration Claims
BHS Facing Potential Administration Amid Crunch Negotiations with Landlords
Bakery Ingredients Wholesaler Employing 165 Staff Enters Administration
B2B Music Service Provider Omnifone Enters Administration Two Months After Naming New CEO
Avalon Investment Services Sold Out of Administration to the Embark Group
Aim-listed Mobile Tech Company Globo Entered Into Administration
Administrators Appointed to Lancashire-based Thornton Sports Group
2,500 Jobs Go as Wholesaler Palmer & Harvey Enters Administration
Receivership Advantages and Disadvantages
RBR Video - Administrative Receivership and LPA
What Does Receivership Mean
Receivership Process and Procedure
Company Director Advice
When Your Company Can't Afford to Pay its Creditors What Are Your Options?
When a customer will not pay your invoices, what can you do about it?
What is Limited Liability?
What is company strike off?
What does an Independent Bank Review (IBR) Mean for a Company Director?
Understanding the role of HMRC and other creditors in a CVA
Signing a Lease Guarantee: What Happens If You Can’t Afford the Rental on Commercial Offices?
Self Assessment - What Happens When a Director Cannot Afford to Pay Their Personal Tax?
RBR Video - Owing the bank money
RBR Video - Concerns over loss of home in the event of company closure
On What Grounds Can I Be Disqualified As a Company Director?
Investigations and Enforcement – Advice for directors being investigated by the Insolvency Service
How Directors Are Impacted by a Limited Company Frozen Bank Account
How can I turn around my struggling business?
Company Running at a Loss?
Cannot Afford an Insolvency Practitioner
Beware of Unqualified Advice
Bank calling in a Business Loan
Avoid losing your home
Accountant liability for mistakes?
4 Ways to Supplement Cash Flow When Your Business Isn't Making Enough Money
4 practical ways to reduce your company’s overhead costs
4 Essential Recovery Tips if Your Limited Company is Continually Running at a Loss
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I owe the VAT man, what should I do?
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I need time to pay HMRC. Can VAT be paid monthly?
Delayed contract date has skewed my corporation tax repayment
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Creditor has received an order for a liquidation of my company
Creditor Pressures and Constant Formal Threatening Petition Letters
My Creditors Are Threatening a Winding Up Petition. Can They Do This?
Can I be a company director if I have an IVA?
I would like to know how to dissolve a partnership.
Company has dissolved but still hounded by debt recovery firm.
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How do I get paid invoices quicker to help my cash flow?
My Business Is Slow Lately, How Can We Become Profitable Again?
My bank is charging enormous unauthorised overdraft fees. Can I get a reduction in overdraft fees?
My business is failing, what are my options?
My company has been losing money for over a year. I would like to know how to close a UK Company.
My Company Is Insolvent What Should I Do?
My Business Is about to Go Bust, What Can We Do to Stop It?
If We Can’t Pay Our Bills Should We Stop Doing Business?
My Company Is Struggling to Stay in Business. What Do I Do?
Struggling to Source Finance to Fund My Company and Pay Arrears for HMRC, Tax and VAT
Loss of Clients Has Meant I Cannot Pay My Suppliers
Small company struggling with recent trade and company debts
How Does Company Administration Work?
Questions about Receivership
Is it Possible to Stop Receivership?
Do You Still Have To Complete Your Accounts If Going Into a MVL?
I Am Being Threatened with Liquidation - What Are the Effects of Liquidation on a Business?
Our Bank Is Threatening to Close Us Down: Is It Possible to Stop Liquidation?
What Is the Difference between a Business Liquidator and an Official Receiver?
Articles about Covid-19 Coronavirus
Additional business support services for companies during Covid-19
Advice for landlords and commercial tenants during Covid-19
Understanding the government's coronavirus bounce back loans for small businesses
How can the self-employed access grants and support following the coronavirus outbreak?
COVID-19 Employee furlough: Understanding the Government’s new job retention scheme
Understanding pension responsibilities as an employer following coronavirus
What happens if I do not get refunded for putting my staff on furlough?
Thousands pursuing R&D tax claims following COVID-19 outbreak
How is the government helping businesses during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak?
COVID-19 support from High Street Banks for business customers
Furloughing a Company Director and performing statutory duties
Bounce Back Loan: Understanding personal liability and alternative funding options
How to get a government grant when you’re a small business
Can’t get a CBILS loan – what are my options?
Social distancing will force my business to close – what can I do?
Advice for gyms and leisure centres struggling with financial problems caused by Covid-19
Advice for nurseries and childcare providers struggling as a result of Covid-19
COVID-19 has made my company insolvent and it needs to go into liquidation
My business has no cash reserves/money left to start trading again after coronavirus
My business needs to go into administration due to coronavirus
Suffering serious business cash flow problems because of coronavirus – what can I do?
If there is a second lockdown my business will fail – what can I do to protect my business?
Understanding personal guarantees and coronavirus
Can’t pay corporation tax due to coronavirus
Can’t pay PAYE because of coronavirus
How can I rebuild my business following coronavirus?
My creditors and suppliers are chasing me for payment after lockdown but I need more time to pay
What happens to my winding up petition during coronavirus lockdown?
Can bailiffs take action during coronavirus lockdown?
I cannot afford to pay my staff when furlough ends – what can I do?
Care homes, cash flow, and Covid-19: Advice for owners
Advice for struggling hotels, B&Bs, and accommodation providers following Covid-19
Insolvency advice for pubs, restaurants, and bars during Covid-19
Can’t pay the VAT because of COVID-19
My company has lost major contracts because of coronavirus - what can I do?
Can creditors take my business to court during coronavirus lockdown?
Do insolvent trading rules still apply during lockdown?
Free advice for education establishments including universities and academies during Covid-19
Free advice for owners of theatres, arenas, concert halls, and wedding venues during Covid-19
Advice for private schools experiencing financial distress due to coronavirus
Breached CVA due to COVID-19
Breached Time to Pay due to COVID-19
I’m worried my business can’t repay CBILS or Bounce Back Loans
My café is struggling because of coronavirus
My suppliers have gone under due to coronavirus – how can I continue to trade?
Coronavirus Winter Economy Plan: Key Points for Businesses and Sole Traders
Help! My Business is in Tier 3
Business has been refused a Growth Support Kickstart Grant
Can business interruption insurance help my Covid-hit company?
Company refused credit due to Covid-19
I can’t afford to pay staff when they return from furlough
Insolvency help for coach companies and private transport operators during Covid-19
Jobs Support Scheme – what it means for your small business
My business can’t afford landlord rent increases
No business income since lockdown – what can I do?
Should I use my bounce back loan to pay tax bills?
Articles about Business Insolvency
What is a Statement of Affairs in an insolvency procedure?
What Is the Difference between Administration and Receivership?
Debt Recovery Options and Help for Businesses in Financial Trouble
Are Informal Company Creditors Arrangements Worth Your Time?
Antecedent Transactions – A complete guide for company directors
Help for Insolvent Businesses – 5 Recovery and Restructuring Options
What is a Relevant Insolvency Proceeding?
What is Operating a Company as a Going Concern?
Can my company's cash flow problems affect my personal finances and credit rating?
I can’t afford to pay my suppliers
Should I put more of my own money into a failing company?
What are my options when presented with a High Court Writ?
What can a bailiff legally take from my home or workplace?
I am worried that I can't afford to pay staff redundancy costs
Suppliers are harassing me, how can I stop creditor pressure?
Can I lose my home due to business debts?
What happens at a Section 98 Creditors’ Meeting?
A guide for farmers and agriculture workers when facing financial distress and possible insolvency
Insolvency and the restaurant industry: help for those experiencing financial distress
How are charities treated differently to companies in a formal insolvency procedure?
The different taxes that all company directors need to be aware of
What effect could Brexit have on cross border insolvencies?
Understanding student accommodation insolvency and the next steps to take
Company sold as a Going Concern – what does this mean?
What happens when flood damage causes a company to become insolvent?
What is Balance Sheet Insolvency? A complete guide for company directors
What happens when a liquidator calls in your Overdrawn Director’s Loan Account (ODLA)?
Understanding debentures and floating charges when your company is insolvent
I’m a company director and cannot afford my personal guarantee – what are my options?
Advice for landlords facing company insolvency
Understanding insolvency and liability for Personal Service Companies
What are creditors’ rights in a liquidation process?
I’ve taken too much dividend from my company and it's now insolvent
What does business recovery actually mean? Can my company be rescued?
Sole Trader Insolvency – What happens to me and my business?
E-Cigarette Industry Changes Could Lead to Insolvencies – Get Free Advice
Company Insolvency Help – What are the common signs of business insolvency?
What is an objection to a company strike-off?
What are bailiffs’ powers with limited companies in debt?
My company is under pressure from HMRC – what will they do?
Who gets paid first during a liquidation procedure?
How can I save my limited company from financial trouble?
What is administrative restoration of a company?
What is the priority order of creditors in an administration process?
How fast can I liquidate a company under new insolvency rules?
What is the process of liquidation for a registered charity?
I’m a Company Director - How can I get free insolvency help?
What rights need to be considered in an insolvency process?
Carillion Liquidation – Free advice for suppliers and sub-contractors
Why did Carillion enter Liquidation rather than Administration?
What is the government doing to help Carillion subcontractors and suppliers?
Subcontractor Advice - Which Carillion projects are affected by the liquidation?
Understanding the costs of liquidation and how to choose an insolvency practitioner
Advice for bookmakers and betting shop owners facing financial distress
Understanding Business Turnaround for Struggling or Insolvent Companies
What Options Do Sole Traders Have When Their Business Is Struggling?
TUPE and insolvency – What employers and employees need to know
What is an insolvent estate?
When is the right time to tell staff your company is insolvent?
Financial advice for insolvent private schools
Financial advice for directors of recruitment agencies struggling with cash flow
My business is making a loss – What are my options?
My insolvent business has ceased trading but creditors are still harassing me
CO2 Shortage – What are my options if my business is affected?
What is deemed a business asset in an insolvency procedure?
How can a Winding Up Petition be set aside?
Insolvency and perishable goods – why you need to move fast
RBS, GRG and business distress – what happened?
What are preference shares and how are these important in company insolvency?
Understanding preference payments in liquidation and your duties as a director
What does a liquidator do when a company is insolvent?
Is it possible to remove or challenge a CCJ?
Is it possible to sell an insolvent/distressed business?
What is a High Court Enforcement Officer and what rights do they have?
What is an insolvency practitioner?
Can companies survive after a CVA?
Can I close a company with debts and start again?
Advice for Bookies and Betting Shops following FOBT changes
Advice for Polish shops facing financial distress
Free advice for British Steel workers and supply chain firms
I can’t pay my business franchise costs – what now?
How to find a liquidator for your company
My company is in cash flow crisis and needs investment
What is a moratorium in company administration?
Bad Christmas trading period – what options do you have for your business?
What are the exit routes out of company administration?
What is light touch administration and how does the process work?
Articles about Business Liquidation Bankruptcy
Company Going Into Liquidation? What Happens and What Does It Mean?
The Difference Between Liquidation and Administration
What does folding a business mean?
Dissolutions and Liquidations: What’s the difference?
What if I can’t afford to liquidate my company?
What happens to your pension if your employer goes into liquidation?
What directors need to know about liquidating a company and starting again
Company Dissolution vs Company Liquidation
How can I stop a compulsory liquidation?
Can I buy back company assets during or after liquidation?
What happens to a company after a liquidator is appointed?
Understanding directors’ loan accounts and liquidation
Common concerns and queries of company directors post-liquidation
What is a director’s report during liquidation?
What is in a liquidator’s report?
What happens to a personal guarantee in bankruptcy?
How to liquidate a company when in a franchise/How to get out of a franchise
Intellectual property and liquidation
Quick Company Liquidation – How to liquidate your business fast
Advice for estate agents facing potential insolvency
Why the Spongebob Plan could actually cost you money
What is a company secretary and what is their role in liquidation?
What is the order of creditors in liquidation?
Carillion Liquidation – Free advice for suppliers & sub-contractors in Aberdeen
Carillion Liquidation – Free advice for hospital suppliers and sub-contractors
What happens to my pension in the event of liquidation?
Closing a solvent company – Hints and tips for shareholders
Can I sell business assets before the company goes into liquidation?
What actions can a liquidator take to recover assets for the benefit of creditors?
Liquidation Fees - How much does it cost to liquidate a company?
Cheap company liquidation – is it possible?
My company can’t pay health and safety fines
I can’t pay my business partner – what now?
What is the difference between voluntary liquidation and compulsory liquidation?
What is a Centrebind liquidation?
How can shareholders put a company into liquidation?
Articles about Tax HMRC Vat
5 Crazy Receipts That Might Struggle In Your Tax Return
7 UK Celebrities Who Went Bankrupt
Why are HMRC the biggest business creditor and what is their role in insolvency proceedings?
I am worried about HMRC pressure and that they will wind-up my company
Understanding EFRBS – Employer Financed Retirement Benefits Schemes and the 2019 loan charge
What does HMRC Secondary Preferential Status mean for creditors?
What to expect when HMRC comes knocking to undertake a company tax, VAT or PAYE inspection?
What happens to your company if you ignore HMRC?
Accountancy advice for contractors and freelancers including understanding IR35
Are you borrowing time and money to pay HMRC?
HMRC payment helplines – VAT, corporation tax, payroll
Why do I need to register for VAT? Real Business Rescue
Company has VAT arrears – What options are available?
What is a HMRC field force officer and what are their rights?
What is a HMRC security bond and will I be required to give one?
What are the consequences of intentionally misleading HMRC during a tax compliance check?
Can I get extra time to pay business tax debts?
What is a tax compliance check for a UK business?
How to finance a company tax bill when you can’t afford to pay
Understanding IR35, CEST, and the new April 2020 rules
What can freelancers legitimately claim expenses for in their tax return?
Articles about Winding Up Petitions
My business bank account has been frozen – what can I do?
The Legal Ramifications of Winding Up a Company With Debts
How to adjourn a winding up petition and stop liquidation
What is the difference between a statutory demand and a winding up petition?
What options are available to a company to allow it to continue trading with an outstanding WUP?
Articles about Advice for Directors
Over 70 Offices, Same Day Meeting to Discuss Your Options
The dangers of overtrading and how you can protect your business
What is a trade sale of a business?
4 Common Reasons Why Small Business Startups Face a High Risk of Failure
Top 10 Benefits of Being Your Own Boss in Comparison to Employment
What can affect a business’ valuation?
Business Falling Apart? Learn How to Put It Back Together in 7 Simple Steps
How to Get a Middleman to Pay Your Invoices After You've Done the Work
Top 7 Tips to Be a Great Company Director and Run a Business Successfully
Are Your Employee Costs Too High?
Can a supplier reclaim their stock if it hasn't yet been paid for?
I’m a company director but I want to be employed
Factors won’t release money to my company as an invoice is in dispute
Help! Running my company is ruining my marriage
My business is making me ill
What are my employees’ rights in redundancy?
I am concerned that my company cannot get any more credit
I don't want to lose my business having put everything into it
How do I liquidate my limited company?
Businesses Required to Comply With ESOS Regulations by December 2015
My business is struggling due to Brexit tariffs
Actions against directors: assignment of claims to a third party
What happens when a director is owed money by their own struggling company?
Understanding ‘Trading Out’ when struggling with company cash flow
Can I go to jail for business fraud? Could I be arrested?
My business is suffering due to depression/ill health
Company Legislation - The Register of People with Significant Control
Can I take money out of my business if it is struggling financially?
When should I contact an insolvency practitioner?
Understanding Bad Debts and Bad Debt Provision for UK companies
The changes to director conduct reports that you need to know about
Common problems that company directors have with their accountants and how to solve them
10 Advantages of running your business as a limited company rather than a sole trader
Top tips for company directors when negotiating with creditors
What is a Zombie Company and can it begin trading again?
Business Rates Revaluation 2017 - Is your company affected by the new draft figures?
Dissolving a company: What you need to know
A checklist for when you are closing down your company
What are my responsibilities when making staff redundant?
What is the difference between secured and unsecured creditors?
7 steps for businesses looking to recover late payments
Advice for directors of UK companies struggling due to the Brexit referendum
Directors and shareholders – what are the differences?
Shareholder agreements and company insolvency – what you need to know
Advice for contractors and subcontractors at Sellafield facing financial distress
Understanding director conflicts of interest and company law
Aberdeen Rates Crisis - Support for North-East businesses following rateable value hikes
"My Business Partner is Having a Baby - What does this mean for our company?"
What is ‘hiving’ when used as part of a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA)?
The Complete Guide for Company Directors on Business Rescue and Closure
IR35 – Understanding the implications for Company Directors
Understanding TUPE for employees when a company enters administration
What is a Scheme of Arrangement?
Can a director be made bankrupt if their business fails?
Directors in Distress Guide
How do I know if a supplier or customer is experiencing financial difficulty or is insolvent
Do business assets belong to me personally or my company?
Understanding Secured and Unsecured Business Loans
What are corporation tax late filing penalties?
What are the different ways of closing a business?
How can your company guard against bad debts and potential insolvency?
My company can’t get any more credit – What can I do?
What options are available when a contractor is withholding payment?
What questions does the Official Receiver ask a director in compulsory liquidation?
Free insolvency advice for directors in the Transport and Logistics sector
How can I recover debts owed to my business from a customer?
What is misfeasance by a company director?
Understanding Employee Benefit Trusts (EBT) including the 2019 loan charge
What happens to a limited company when joint directors have 50/50 shares but get divorced?
What happens when HMRC want to visit my business?
What are fixed and floating charges?
How to close a limited company
How to get out of a commercial lease early
Obtaining company finance – is business credit based on personal credit?
Who is the Official Receiver and what is their role in a liquidation process?
TUPE (Transfer of Undertakings) – A Guide for Company Directors and Employers
Director disputes – when one wants to liquidate and one doesn’t – what next?
Five key challenges facing businesses in 2018
A director’s guide to corporation tax relief
Understanding unlawful dividends for company directors
What are excessive termination fees on cancelling a factoring agreement?
Advice for Financial Directors when company accounts suggest potential insolvency
How can I turnaround my limited company when cash flow is poor?
My company is insolvent – what happens to my staff?
How to restore a company to the Companies House register
What does it mean when assets are liquidated?
Advice For Directors Of Seasonal Businesses
Understanding Retention of Title including insolvency, ownership and claims
Company strike off has been suspended – what now?
Business Lease Advice: Relief from Forfeiture
Top Tips for Mitigating Supply Chain Risk and Avoiding Bad Debts
How to Close Down Your Company for £8
How can my company obtain a Stay of Execution?
Are you using personal money or credit cards to pay off company debts?
How can a forensic accountant help with divorce and matrimonial issues?
My business partner has stolen money from our company/business account. What legally can I do?
Who Knows Best? Should you ask your accountant, insolvency practitioner, or solicitor?
If I resign as a director of a limited company, am I still liable for business debts?
Can I resign as a director but keep my shares in the company?
How do I resign as company director and remove myself from company records?
What happens if a CVA is rejected or fails?
How company directors and business owners can reduce workplace stress
My biggest customer has gone bust – what now?
How are UK business industries performing with Brexit looming?
A major supplier has entered liquidation – what does this mean for my business?
A company which owes me money has gone into liquidation – what can I do?
How long do I need to keep my business records?
What is the difference between a preferential and non-preferential creditor?
Why retailers are increasingly turning to CVAs
Advice for insolvent print and publishing companies facing financial distress
Balance sheet test and cash flow test for a UK company
Fines for Employing Illegal Immigrants – A guide for Company Directors
What can I do if the weather is affecting my business?
What happens if you can no longer afford to continue with a CVA?
Preference shares vs ordinary shares – What is the difference?
A statutory demand has been served on me personally – is this allowed?
Should I put my business property lease in my personal or company name?
Submitting a DS01 form – What you need to know
What is a first Gazette notice for compulsory strike off?
My business is struggling - should I trade through Christmas?
What is a bad business debt and how can I avoid them?
What is a management buy-out and how is it funded?
What is the role of the HMRC Fraud Investigations Service (FIS)?
What is Company Strike Off?
Landlord advice when a tenant goes into liquidation
My business is struggling with commercial rent arrears
Business losing customers: How to improve your client retention
Advice for unregulated finance brokers facing financial penalties
What are the rights of a qualifying chargeholder?
What does business liquidity mean?
What is a contingent liability?
Business creditor disputes and how to handle them
I’m putting my own money into a struggling company – is this unwise?
Under pressure from suppliers – what are the options for my business?
I’ve lost key staff and now my business is struggling
What is a revolving credit facility for a UK company?
What is the CVA shareholders rule?
MVL vs Company Dissolution – what’s the best way to close a solvent company?
What will happen to Workers’ Rights after January 31st 2020 Brexit date?
Does a charity have to pay tax?
Articles about Receivership
Company Going Into Receivership?
Articles about Interest Rate Swaps
SMEs Claim Fraudulent Mis Selling of Interest Rate Swaps
How UK Banks Mis Sold Interest Rate Swaps to Unsophisticated Small Businesses
Interest Rate Swaps: Commercial Lending to SMEs at Its Worst
Exchange rate is killing my business
Articles about Debt Solutions
Are You Liable for the Debts of Your Wife Or Husband's Company in the UK?
What are examples of priority and non-priority business debts?
IVA guidance and advice for people in debt
What is a Partnership Voluntary Arrangement?
My business has debts and I can’t pay the bailiffs
I can’t afford to pay CCJ court fees – what are my options?
I can’t pay my business legal fees
Articles about UK Company Law
Directors Are More At Risk Under New Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act Regulations
What is a private company limited by guarantee?
Company Directors Disqualification Act (CDDA) 1986 Definition & Overview
Companies Act 1985 Definition & Overview
Companies Act 1989 Definition & Overview
Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 Definition & Overview
Financial Services Act 1986 Definition & Overview
Companies Act 2006 Definition & Overview
Financial Services Act 2012
Understanding phoenix company fraud and consequences for directors
Preference Insolvency Act – Why an insolvent company can be investigated for paying preferred credit
The Football Creditors Rule – What is it and what does it mean for all creditors?
Why company directors facing insolvency must be wary of transactions at an undervalue
Administrator powers have been extended
Can you keep a company name after liquidation?
How does the process work of banks appointing their own insolvency practitioner?
Considering company strike off over liquidation? Have you considered your right to redundancy?
New insolvency rules – what do the April 2017 changes mean for UK businesses?
My company is facing an Employments Tribunal Action – what now?
Can I reuse a company name after liquidation?
Understanding SRA and law firm insolvencies
Understanding CVA debt write-offs and tax
What is a private company limited by shares?
Articles about Cash Flow
I can’t afford to pay National Minimum Wage or National Living Wage
I can’t pay my business rates – what are my options?
I can’t afford to pay the PAYE I owe – What happens now?
Corporation tax – What it is and what happens if you cannot pay?
What happens if I cannot pay HMRC?
I can’t pay the VAT – what are my options?
I cannot pay the business bank loan
I can’t afford to pay my staff their wages – what should I do?
I can’t pay my company’s creditors – what now?
I can’t pay my business landlord – what options do I have?
I can’t pay my staff redundancy pay
I can’t pay my company’s suppliers – what should I do?
Can’t pay business overheads
Can’t pay business utility bills
Can’t pay commercial lease/rent
Can’t pay company pensions
My company can’t pay unfair dismissal fines
Can’t afford to pay dividends to directors and shareholders
Can’t afford to pay Hire Purchase car payments
Can’t afford to pay Time To Pay arrangement with HMRC
My business can’t pay Customs & Excise fees – what now?
Retailers Suffered Worst Year on Record for Sales Growth in 2020
250,000 Companies Could Fail This Year, Warns FSB
SME Borrowing Levels ‘More Than Doubled in 2020’
Paperchase Poised to Enter Administration
Government Promises New Lockdown Grants for Businesses
Wave of Insolvencies Forecast to Hit Britain in 2021
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group Lines Up Potential Debenhams Rescue
Supermarkets Commit to Paying Back Over £1bn in Business Rates Relief
Premier League Commits £50m to Rescue Fund for EFL Clubs
Late Payment Problems Rising Since Pandemic Began
Tier System Plans Offer Relief for Some Business Sectors While Others Remain Fearful
1 in 7 Companies ‘At Risk of Collapse’
Retail and Hospitality Sectors Demand Clarity on Christmas Covid Restrictions
GDP Recovery Slowing Again After Summer Surge, Says ONS
Redundancies Reach Record High During Third Quarter
Retailers Facing Nightmare Before Christmas, Says BRC
The Business Distress Index Q3 2020
Companies in Significant Distress Up Sharply in Third Quarter
Revolution Bars Plans Closures as Revenues Hit by Covid Curfew
Live Music Industry ‘Facing 170,000 Job Losses by Year’s End’
Fears for Businesses as Regions Enter Tier 3 Restrictions
Brexit Preparations Gone Backwards for Many Companies, Says CBI Boss
Free ‘Standard Form’ for Company Voluntary Arrangements Launched by R3
Businesses Closing Due to Covid Promised Extra Furlough Support
Pre-pack Administration Deals to Face Mandatory Independent Scrutiny
Treasury Facing Huge Losses on Bounce Back Loans, Says Audit Office
Self Assessment ‘Time to Pay’ Limit Raised to £30,000
Emergency Corporate Insolvency Measures Extended into Next Year
New Covid Restrictions ‘Crushing Blow to Thousands of Firms’
Macclesfield Town FC Wound Up Over Debts Worth £500,000
Chancellor Urged to Consider Debt Relief Scheme in Support of Struggling Firms
New Grants Promised to Businesses Forced to Close During Local Lockdowns
Manufacturers Call for Extensions to Furlough Scheme
Economy Forecast Not to Reach Pre-Covid Levels Until 2023
No Return to Offices Predicted to Cost UK Economy £480bn
Travel Trade Body Calls on Government to Save Companies from Folding
M&S to Cut 7,000 Jobs as Virus Crisis Piles Pressure on Retail Sector
Government Kicks Off Second Phase of Grant Support for Self-Employed
Economy Tips into Recession Following Worst Slump on Record
Business Lobby Calls for Sunak to Rethink Support Strategy
WHSmith, PizzaExpress and Hays Travel Among Companies Announcing Job Cuts
Government Extends Loans Access for Struggling Small Businesses
New Laws Protect Furloughed Employees from Reduced Redundancy Payments
Over 1 Million Companies Helped by Virus Support Schemes
The Business Distress Index Q2 2020
Manufacturers Call for Furlough Scheme Extension to Prevent ‘Jobs Bloodbath’
Nearly a Third of Companies Planning for Redundancies
Unsustainable Debts ‘Putting 780,000 SMEs At Risk’
Economic Rebound ‘Slower than Expected’ in May
Bounce Back Loan Approvals for Small Firms Top 1 Million
Summer Statement 2020: The key points affecting businesses and individuals
Companies to be Offered £1,000 to Hire Young People
Big Companies Confirm Thousands of Job Cuts as COVID Crisis Bites
UK Economy Suffered Sharpest Quarterly Contraction Since 1979
Survival Hanging in the Balance for Many Businesses, Says CBI
Trafford Centre Owner Intu ‘likely’ to Enter Administration
Go Outdoors Bought Back from Administration by JD Sports in Pre-pack Deal
UK’s Manufacturing Output Suffers Worst Downturn on Record
Third of Furloughed Employees ‘Being Asked to Work by Their Bosses’
Government Hoping to Keep the Peace Between Landlords and Cash-strapped Companies
Companies Put Investment and Hiring Plans on Hold as Economic Pessimism Persists
Reverse Charge VAT Plans for Construction Services Pushed Back by 5 Months
Crisis Debts Could be Viewed Like Student Loans, Business Institute Suggests
Banks Fear Half of Bounce Back Loans Might Never Be Repaid
Fashion Retailer Monsoon Accessorize ‘On the Brink of Administration’
New Laws Set to Overhaul UK’s Insolvency and Business Restructuring Framework
Reopening Retailers ‘Could Face Fight for Survival’
3 in 4 Manufacturers Report Cashflow Difficulties
More Than a Fifth of Employers Planning Redundancies
Chamber of Commerce: Businesses ‘Ready to Restart’ But Need Support
Furlough Job Retention Scheme Extended to End of October
The Age of Business Distress
Over 70% of High Street Law Firms Face Possible Closure
Furlough Scheme ‘Needs Extending to Protect Jobs’
High Street Tenants Granted Temporary Safeguards Against Rent Demands
Race Against Time to Get Help to Distressed Firms, Says CBI
Coronavirus: Small Firms Still Struggling to Access Emergency Cash
Coronavirus: Report Highlights Worst Affected Sectors
Chancellor Sunak ‘Planning to Overhaul Business Interruption Loan Scheme’
Coronavirus: 44% of Companies Expect to Furlough Majority of Workforces
1 in 5 Small Businesses Could Soon Run Out of Cash
What is the Coronavirus VAT deferment?
Insolvency and Rescue Rules Changed to Offer Businesses Breathing Space
COVID-19 support from High Street Banks for business customers
Home Buyers told Not to Move During Coronavirus Crisis
Ministers Consider Moratorium on Winding Up Petitions
Public Sector told to Keep Paying Construction Sector Suppliers
Over 500,000 UK Companies in Financial Distress, Says Begbies Traynor
Carphone Warehouse to Close 531 Stores, Laura Ashley Heads for Administration
Airline and Holiday Companies Forced into Drastic Action in Response to Coronavirus Outbreak
Shopping Centre Owner Intu Properties Hit by Cashflow Crisis
Bank of England Slashes Interest Rates, Promises New Loan Programme for Companies
Budget 2020: What today’s budget announcement means for business owners and individuals
Coronavirus Concerns Send Business Confidence Tumbling
Passengers Stranded as Flybe Heads into Administration
Flybe ‘Close to Collapse and in Need of Government Rescue’
BrightHouse on the Brink of Administration, Reports Suggest
Coronavirus is Gravest Threat to Global Economy Since Financial Crisis, Says OECD
Construction Firms Need to Get Better at Managing Risk, Says CBI
Chancellor Told He Needs to Raise Taxes or Abandon Promises
‘Managing Cashflows’ Cited as Top Reason for Borrowing Among Small Firms
Companies Told to Outline Financial Risks of Coronavirus
Laura Ashley Facing Cash Crisis After Sales Slide
Company Administration Rates Up Almost 5% Last Year
Changes to HMRC’s Off-Payroll Plans ‘Little Comfort to Worried Contractors’
Corporation Tax Hike ‘Needed to Save the High Street’
Post-Brexit Trade with Europe Will Not Be Frictionless, Gove Warns Businesses
Car Production Down 14% to Lowest Levels Since 2010
Record Number of Companies in ‘Significant Financial Distress’
Handmade Burger Co Heads into Administration
Beales Department Stores Calls in Administrators
Industries Warn of Potential Downsides to Hard Brexit
Business Rates Relief for Empty Units ‘Costing Taxpayers £1bn a Year’
1 in 5 British Companies ‘Under Financial Stress’
Beales Department Stores Facing Threat of Administration
Retailers Suffered Worst Year on Record in 2019, Says BRC
Liberty Steel to Cut Hundreds of Jobs Citing “Challenging Market Conditions”
Construction Supplier SIG Issues Profit Warning After December Downturn
Figures Show Rise in Estate Agents Heading into Insolvency
Hotel Insolvency Levels Jump to Five-Year High
Companies Worried About Post-Brexit Skills Shortages
Retailers Report Fall in Sales for November
Economy Growing at Slowest Pace in Years, Flash Survey Indicates
SMEs Waiting Twice as Long for Late Invoice Payments
Shoppers Urged to Back Local Firms on ‘Small Business Saturday’
Businesses Call for “Real Action” to Improve Road and Rail Networks
Small Firms Welcome Labour Promise to End Late Payments Crisis
Party Leaders Make Their Pitches to Business Bosses Ahead of General Election
Retail Sales Figures Show Weakest Growth Since April 2018
£50 Million Tax Blunder Blamed for Collapse of Rangers FC
Rescue Deal Poised to Save Thousands of Jobs at British Steel
Mothercare to Appoint Administrators to UK Retail Chain
Treasury Committee Urges Overhaul of ‘Broken Business Rates System’
Mothercare Brings in Advisors to Look at Restructuring Options
Owner of Hairdressing Chains Supercuts and Regis Enters Administration
Retail Sector Job Losses Total 85,000 in 12 Months
Companies in ‘Significant Financial Distress’ Total Rises Near Half a Million
Bonmarche Administration Puts 2,900 Jobs at Risk
Former Thomas Cook Boss Says Sorry for His Role in Company’s Collapse
UK Economy Shrank in August but Recession Set to be Avoided
Links of London Jewellery Chain Heads into Administration
Hays Travel Agrees Deal to Buy 555 Thomas Cook Stores
PizzaExpress in Talks with Advisers as Financial Pressures Mount
Surveys Point to ‘Worrying Drop Off in UK Economic Activity’
Accounting Watchdog to Investigate Thomas Cook’s Auditors
Company Behind ‘Boris Buses’ Heads into Administration
Thomas Cook Entered into Compulsory Liquidation
Slow Uptake of Automation ‘Means UK Companies are Falling Behind’
Restaurant Insolvencies ‘Up By Close to a Quarter’
Footfall Down Sharply Among High Street Retailers
Manufacturing Sector ‘Locked in a Nosedive’
UK Potentially Heading for Recession after Service Sector Slowdown
The Spending Review 2019 – An overview of the key announcements
Bolton Wanderers Facing Potential Liquidation
Optimism Among Service Sector Businesses ‘Down Sharply’
End to Free Movement Would Hit Small Firms Hard, Says FSB
Companies to be Automatically Enrolled on Customs System as Part of No Deal Brexit Planning
Companies ‘Seriously Underprepared’ for No Deal Brexit
Major Retailers Call on Chancellor to Overhaul Business Rates System
UK Economy Shrinks 0.2%, Shows Weakest Performance Since 2012
Retailers Report Lowest July Sales Growth on Record
Company Insolvency Rates in England and Wales Highest in 5 Years
Sports Direct Reveals Huge Tax Bill and Deems House of Fraser Problems ‘Terminal’
Small Firms Call on New PM to Update “Regressive” Business Rates System
Pub Businesses Closing at a Rate of 40 per Month
Recession Likely if No Deal Brexit Happens, Says OBR
British Airways Facing £183m Fine Over Data Breaches
What are the Conservative leadership candidates promising businesses?
William Hill Planning to Close 700 Shops and Shed up to 4,500 Jobs
Builders Blame Brexit Crisis for ‘Worst Month in Over a Decade’
Manufacturing Sector Suffers Worst Month Since February 2013
Concerns of Financial Distress Rising Sharply in Northern Ireland
Bonmarche Looks Again at Rescue Offer as Tough Trading Takes a Toll
Big Firms to Face Fines for Late Payments to SME Suppliers
Bathstore Facing Administration Amid Cashflow Crisis
Bank Holiday Switch to Cost Calendar Company £200,000
Sports Direct Brings Legal Challenge to Debenhams’ CVA Deal
Major Landlord Refusing to Back Arcadia Group’s CVA Rescue Plan
UK Economy Slumps in April Following Sharp Decline in Car Production
Business Rates are ‘Biggest Financial Challenge’ Facing Retailers
UK’s Car Manufacturing Output Down by 44.5% in April
Optimism and Profits Down Across UK Service Sector
Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant Business Falls into Administration
Thomas Cook Reports £1.46bn Half-year Losses
British Steel Seeking £75m Loan to Avoid Collapse
Business Rates Reforms ‘Can’t Happen Soon Enough’, Says CBI President
KPMG Hit with £4m Fine for Failings Linked to Co-op Bank Audit
At Least 8% of UK Companies ‘Displaying Zombie-like Symptoms’
Government Recommends ‘Insolvency Levy’ on Passenger Flights
Four Seasons Health Care’s Holding Companies Head into Administration
Big Firms Named and Shamed as Late Payers of Supplier Invoices
HMRC Spending on Private Debt Collectors Up Fourfold Since 2014
Close to Half a Million UK Companies in ‘Significant Financial Distress’
Company Administrations Up to Highest Level in 5 Years
Sainsbury’s, Asda Merger Plan Blocked by Regulators
Debenhams Could Close 20 Stores as Part of CVA Plan
Cost Pressures Forcing Hundreds of Pubs Out of Business
HMRC ‘Being too Aggressive’ in Efforts to See Indebted Companies Closed Down
High Streets Saw Sharpest Net Closure Rates on Record in 2018
Debenhams Enters Administration After Rejecting Last-minute Rescue Bid
Small Firms ‘Lack Resources to Prepare for No Deal Brexit’
Bolton Wanderers Given Two Weeks to Settle Debts and Avoid Winding Up Order
‘Business As Usual’ for Interserve after Pre-pack Administration Deal
Bonmarche Warns of Larger Than Expected Losses
9 in 10 Companies ‘Prefer Extension of Article 50 to No Deal Brexit’
Spring Statement 2019: A Round Up for Small Businesses
Chancellor Pledges to Tackle “Scourge of Late Payments”
LK Bennett Fashion Chain Heads into Administration
Get Ready for a ‘No Deal’ Brexit, HMRC Urges UK Businesses
Optimism Falls Sharply Among Service Sector Companies
MPs Call for Online Sales Taxes to Help ‘Level the Playing Field’ for High Street Retailers
Sainsbury’s, Asda Merger Could be Blocked Over Competition Concerns
Jobs Go at Flybmi After Collapse, Airline’s Administrators Confirm
Patisserie Valerie Acquired Out of Administration by Irish Private Equity Firm
Debenhams Secures £40m Lifeline Amid Ongoing Funding Crisis
Interserve Agrees Rescue Deal to Avoid Carillion-style Collapse
HMV Acquired out of Administration with 100 Stores Set to be Saved
Prospect of No Deal Brexit puts Car Industry on ‘Red Alert’
Retail Sector Job Loss Estimates for 2018 Put at 70,000
Only 57% of Companies Ready for ‘Making Tax Digital’ Deadline in April
Businesses Raise Alarm over Lack of No Deal Brexit Preparedness
Small Business Lobby Calls for Crackdown on Late Payments a Year After Carillion’s Collapse
Debenhams Could Close 90 Stores and Shed 10,000 Jobs
Retailers Endured Worst Christmas Trading Period in 10 Years, Says BRC
Economy Energy Collapses After Rescue Efforts Fail
Mothercare Sees Sales Slide as It Plans For More Store Closures
More Tough Times Forecast for Retailers Regardless of Brexit Outcome
Costs of Collecting Late Payments Rising Sharply Among SMEs
Independent Retail Closures Tracked at Record High in First Half of 2018
Positivity Down Sharply among Services Companies as Profits Tumble
Optimism Down Sharply Among UK CFOs
Interserve ‘Could be Another Carillion’, Insists Former Shareholder
Which Retailers Have Been Hit The Hardest In The Last Five Years
Over 200 Shopping Centres ‘At Risk of Administration’
HMRC to Become Secondary Preferential Creditor in Corporate Insolvency Cases
Chancellor Promises Help for Beleaguered High Street Retailers
Budget 2018: What this means for individuals and small business owners
Corporate Insolvencies Rising at Fastest Pace in Almost a Decade
Debenhams to Close 50 Stores After Posting Huge Annual Losses
Fashion Retailer Coast to Close Stores after Entering Administration
Patisserie Valerie in Crisis After Being Hit By HMRC Winding Up Petition
Brexit Uncertainty ‘Starting to Bite’ for UK Businesses, Says BCC
Government Plans Could See Company Board Members Appointed Responsible for Late Payments
Passengers Left Stranded as Primera Air Ceases Operations
No Deal Brexit Could Cost UK’s Food Retailers £9.3bn, Says Barclays
Labour Reveals Plans for Free Wi-Fi as it Aims to ‘Rescue the British High Street’
Technical Notices ‘Intensifying Worries’ Among Small Business About No Deal Brexit
Customs Delays Could Send 1 in 10 Companies Bankrupt, Survey Suggests
Orla Kiely’s Fashion Label Heading for Liquidation
No Deal Brexit ‘Not an Option’ for Car Companies, Industry Body Insists
Dwindling Number of Cash Machines ‘Bad for Businesses’
HMRC Fraud Investigations Bring in an Extra £5.47 Billion in Taxes
Bolton Wanderers Football Club Heading for Administration
New Laws to Free Up Small Firms’ Access to Invoice Finance
Construction Sector Shows Signs of an August Slowdown
Warmer Weather in Autumn Will Badly Affect Retail Sales, Warns BRC
Business Rate Debts Being Referred to Bailiffs at Rate of Over 200 a Day
Exporters Could Need Customs Brokers if There’s No Deal on Brexit, Government Warns
Competition Watchdog to Investigate Proposed Sainsbury’s, Asda Merger
Government Looks to Clamp Down on Reckless Company Directors
Wonga Stops Offering New Loans as Administration Looms
Brexit Effects Adding to Wage Pressures on UK Employers
House of Fraser Snapped Up by Sports Direct After Falling into Administration
Homebase Owner Plans to Close 60 UK Stores and Enter CVA Deal
Unexpected APN Puts Psychic’s Business into Liquidation
Interest Rate Rise ‘Could Undermine Confidence’, Says Business Lobby
Hundreds More Carillion Workers Laid Off by Liquidators
UK Carmakers Fearful of No Deal Brexit
Legal Cases Brought Against HMRC Up By 36% Last Year
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Gaucho Restaurant Group Poised to Enter Administration
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