Category: Construction Insolvency

4 simple steps to managing your business’ finances proactively

Managing your business’ finances proactively can help to minimise financial loss and maximise prosperity. In a recent blog, we discussed the advantages of becoming a proactive business rather than a reactive one. If you’re ready to transform the way your business looks after its finances by embracing proactive strategies, then we’ve put together a few…




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?




Construction Insolvency – How To Deal With The Fallout

Following the well-published news of Carillion ending up in insolvency, the knock-on effect for other smaller firms in the supply chain has yet to be full felt. As with the collapse of any major player in a market, the effects will be far reaching and in some cases complex to deal with.    One area of…