“Welcome to Real Business Rescue, and welcome to the Dartford office. I’m Mark Boast, a licensed insolvency practitioner and a Insolvency Manager at Real Business Rescue.”
The Dartford office of Real Business Rescue forms part of our nationwide network, which spans the length and breadth of the UK, all staffed with some of the most skilled and knowledgeable insolvency practitioners and business rescue experts in the country.
One of Real Business Rescue’s most experienced insolvency practitioners, Jamie Taylor, who heads up the Dartford office, can call upon 40 years’ worth of experience when advising company directors and sole traders. He is assisted with a team of insolvency and turnaround experts, all dedicated to helping directors just like you, find a way out of financial difficulty.
When a company is experiencing signs of financial distress, taking swift advice from a licensed insolvency practitioner can be instrumental in safeguarding the future of the business. At Real Business Rescue, we offer all directors a no-obligation consultation during which you can discuss the challenges your company is facing with an insolvency expert.
During the consultation, we will talk you through the options which exist, before recommending what we believe to be the most appropriate solution for your company’s individual circumstances. For some companies this may mean a formal rescue process such as a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) or administration; while others may require less formal action such as additional funding being brought into the business, or a Time to Pay (TTP) arrangement being set up with HMRC for repayment of tax arrears.
We are also able to discuss the possibility of placing the company into a Company Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) if the business is not able to be saved. Your appointed adviser will talk you through the positives and negatives of voluntary liquidation, and ensure you fully understand what this means for your company, your employees, and your creditors before going ahead.
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