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Advice for companies that have gone bankrupt

Advice for companies that have gone bankrupt

The UK insolvency system doesn’t technically consider companies as ‘bankrupt’, instead opting for terms like ‘liquidation’, but if you’ve gone out of business due to financial problems, it’s a minor distinction. Depending on...
Get advice on bankruptcy changes

Get advice on bankruptcy changes

The start of the 2016 tax year brought with it a change in personal insolvency procedures, making it important to seek new advice on bankruptcy if you were already considering the process, or if it becomes necessary in the future. Anyone who had already applied to be...
Scotland consolidates legislation on bankruptcy

Scotland consolidates legislation on bankruptcy

The Scottish Government has passed the Bankruptcy (Scotland) Bill 2016, bringing together a generation of legislation on aspects of bankruptcy and insolvency under a single piece of primary legislation. It’s the first item of primary consolidation legislation...

Base rate rise could trigger advice on bankruptcy

The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee voted to hold the base rate at a historically low 0.5% yet again this month, but an impending rise could trigger a widespread need for advice on bankruptcy. Economists are increasingly expecting a rate rise, and...
HGSBs may face unnecessary risk of business insolvency

HGSBs may face unnecessary risk of business insolvency

The risk of business insolvency should be high on the agenda of any new company or small business, whose finances are typically less able to withstand sudden shocks. But figures from Octopus Investments show why protecting small firms is critical to the UK economy and...
Unchanged bank rate keeps insolvency advice industry on standby

Unchanged bank rate keeps insolvency advice industry on standby

The Monetary Policy Committee has maintained the Bank of England base rate at 0.5% yet again, keeping the insolvency advice industry on tenterhooks as economists increasingly anticipate a rise. Last week we reported how the historically low base rate – and the...