7 Top Tips to Make Sure you Survive Company Insolvency

https://www.companydebt.com/about-us/insolvency-practitioners-uk/Surviving company insolvency can be a juggling act. It is incorrect to assume that every insolvent company is a failing company. In some instances, a company that cannot pay its bills when they become due could be a perfectly viable…

Help with Insolvent Frozen Bank Account

One tool at a creditor’s disposal if they are unable to recover a debt worth more than £750 is to issue a winding up petition against your company. The more creditors that remain unpaid, the greater the likelihood of a…

How to Reduce Company insolvency Risk

Running a small or medium-sized business is already difficult enough for business owners without a customer’s cash-flow increasing your company insolvency risk. Late Invoices trigger Insolvency Having key customers that are struggling financially is one of the leading causes of…

Insolvent Company Options Part 2

In the first part of our guide, we took a look at how to identify whether the insolvent company is insolvent, and introduce some of the options that can help to keep your business trading. This included reaching an informal…

Insolvent Company Options Part 1

If you have an insolvent company and the business is struggling financially then it is your job, as a company director or owner, to understand your options and the potential consequences. There is plenty of professional advice available from sources…

What to do about Customer Insolvency?

The risk of major customer insolvency is a universal issue that affects businesses of every size, operating in every sector. If your business generates a large percentage of its income from a single customer, then you’re no doubt aware of…