Updated: 7th May 2020
Real Business Rescue are the UK's largest independent corporate recovery specialist. We have Over 70 UK Offices in the UK, including Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
We understand that some company directors need accurate sound advice before making a decision on their company's future and that is why we offer a FREE confidential meeting at one of our local offices, where company owners can discuss all the options available to them.
We present you with a plan of action, after which you can take the time to discuss it with your directors before making a commitment.
All our insolvency practitioners are licensed and accredited. Accreditations we hold are the ICAEW, Insolvency Practitioners Association, R3 registered, Turnaround management association and we have also been awarded various accolades from the Insolvency & Rescue Awards
Some companies make the mistake of failing to file a return because they haven't the money to pay the amount due. This is where HMRC will step in and 'estimate' an amount they assume you owe and they will then base a surcharge on that amount.
We have also created a collection of FREE business rescue guides for you to download which cover the most common solutions when looking at business rescue.
If you would prefer some advice over the telephone then please call 0800 644 60 80 and you will be put through to one of our senior partners for advice. We do not have call centres or inexperienced staff and we feel it only fair that every company owner/director should have the chance to speak to someone experienced at no cost.
Or if your company situation is complex and you would rather complete an 'Ask the Expert' form them please do so by clicking the link below and one of our experienced team with send you a reply.
26th November 2020
Issues around late payments of invoices have increased significantly since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, according to recent research.Read More
25th November 2020
The government’s plan to introduce a tiered system of Covid-19 restrictions in England once the current lockdown ends in early December has come as welcome news for some business sectors but not all.Read More