Category: Construction Insolvencies

Tips for making payroll when you’re struggling with cash flow

<h1>Being unable to pay employees is one of the biggest indicators that a company is about to become insolvent.</h1> <p>If it looks like you’re going to struggle to meet this month’s payroll then it’s time to seriously review your finances to see where you can improve cash flow.</p> <p>Your employees rely on being paid the…




Will Business Insolvency Cost Me Anything?

The answer to this is it depends both on the complexities involved, creditors and insolvency practitioners hired to deal with the process. Insolvency should never be seen as an easy option as a result of the many variables that need to be considered first.   Potential fees for a business going insolvent might include the costs…




Can You Start Up A New Company Immediately After Liquidating A Company?




More Construction Insolvencies As Carillion Fallout Continues

Anyone hoping for better news in the construction industry will have to wait longer as data shows hundreds of construction firms entered insolvency in the first quarter of the year.   The collapse of Carillion may have grabbed all the headlines due to its high profile and size, but the ripple effect is already looking a…