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Good Debt vs Bad Debt - What's The Difference?

Good Debt vs Bad Debt – What’s The Difference?

Debt isn't automatically bad debt, but nor is it always good. It all depends on your approach to finance and...

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Company Voluntary Arrangements & Business Restructuring

Company Voluntary Arrangements & Business Restructuring

When a business has more debt than it has the funds to pay, one possible solution for a strong but...

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The Importance of Credit Management to your Cashflow

The Importance of Credit Management to your Cashflow

Credit management or credit control is an essential part of maintaining a healthy cashflow and shielding your business from insolvency.

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Millennial Directors - Owning a business before owning their own homes

Millennial Directors – Owning a business before owning their homes

Increasingly, we're seeing a new generation of 'Millennial' business owners, much younger than the 'traditional' business owner of old with...

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Retailers, Landlords and CVA’s – Are CVA’s being abused?

One of the methods which can be used to try to save a struggling, but otherwise, inherently profitable business, is...

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Bankruptcy Restriction Orders & Undertakings (BRO's & BRU's)

Bankruptcy Restriction Orders & Undertakings (BRO’s & BRU’s)

Bankruptcy Restriction Orders - Bankruptcy is one particular means of dealing with problem debt, but the process itself places restrictions...

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Generation Debt - Graduates Believe They'll be Bankrupt by 30

Generation Debt – Graduates Believe They’ll be Bankrupt by 30

Young people are having a tough time financially and nearly One in Four University Students Believe They'll Be Bankrupt By...

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The Three Types of Company Liquidation

The Three Types of Company Liquidation

While the process of company liquidation is similar in most circumstances, there are three main types of liquidation which may...

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Compulsory Liquidation - An Insolvency which wasn't Caught Early

Compulsory Liquidation – An Insolvency which wasn’t Caught Early

Doing nothing to avert compulsory liquidation, which you'll doubtless have had several opportunities over a considerable amount of time to...

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Accelerated Payment Notices and Tax Avoidance, APN, HMRC

Accelerated Payment Notices and Tax Avoidance

Accelerated Payment Notices (APNs) are a relatively new weapon in the war against tax avoidance. Introduced in 2014 for companies...

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Care home insolvency

Exponential Increase in Care Home Insolvencies

With each generation living for longer than the last, the proportion of the population who need special care as senior...

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Solvent Compulsory Liquidation - Forcing Business Closure in the Public Interest

Solvent Compulsory Liquidation – Public Interest Business Closure

Compulsory liquidation is a tool of last resort often used by creditors against a company that is either insolvent and...

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