Tag: Insolvency Rules

Tips for getting invoices paid on time

Although you can’t control when your customers decide to pay you, these tips will increase your chances of getting paid on time. Getting paid on time is key to your business’ success. One of the key reasons that businesses run into cash flow problems is because they’re struggling to collect the money owed to them….




Builder Case Highlights Danger of Taking Clients’ Money During Company Insolvency

Continuing to trade in the knowledge that a company is insolvent can be a precarious business as a press release displayed on the government website.gov.uk highlights.   The article relates to a builder who is now disqualified from trading altogether after it was discovered that he continued to take on work and receive payments while the business…




If My Company Goes Bust Will It Harm My Personal Credit Rating?

If your business faces closure this year you will no doubt have plenty of things on your mind to worry about without adding personal worries to the equation. One of the major concerns for many directors is the potential impact on their own financial future and their credit rating in particular. To ease those worries,…




Medium Sized Businesses Face Greater Risk of Insolvency

The government recently published statistics on insolvency from 2017 showing the rate of insolvencies by location, business size and age. The statistics reveal how these three factors can influence the risk of insolvency for businesses in the UK and should act as a warning for businesses not to get too complacent even when they have…




Will Business Insolvency Mean I Lose My House?

Losing a business to insolvency is bad enough – losing the home you worked equally hard for is something else. This is why many business owners end up worried about the implications of their business entering insolvency and whether or not they will be personally liable.   Unfortunately for sole traders, this will almost certainly be…




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




Is Your Business Set Up To Fail?

This may sound like an odd question, we can all talk about how we work hard to succeed at our businesses, put in the hours and so on but often this effort can be misplaced and not in the long term interests of the business.   Weaknesses in any of the key areas of what makes…




How to Stave Off Insolvency

Insolvency is something businesses of all sizes are vulnerable to as we have witnessed in recent years. Once a business gets into financial difficulty, then things tend to take on a momentum that is difficult to stop as the slide towards insolvency continues. Sometimes a business can be brought back from the brink if owners…




Guide to Exit Strategies

Every business owner(s) or shareholders should have an exit strategy because there will inevitably come a time when the business itself reaches the end of its life or the owners wish to leave the business and move on. But what exactly is an exit strategy in practice? Here’s a brief guide to explain…  The confusing…




Business Insolvencies Down 12%

The number of businesses entering insolvency has fallen by 12% compared to the first quarter of the year according to insolvency and restructuring trade body R3.   However it is largely a case of good news and bad news when insolvency rates compared to the same period last year have actually risen by 12%. The first…