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For help call 0300 303 8284

Need Creditor pressure advice?

Our dedicated team are on hand to help businesses through these tough times. Dealing with business debts can be complicated, distracting and distressing, however TheInsolvencyExperts provide expert help and support dealing with debt and creditor pressure. Call our team in confidence today and let’s start helping your business move forward.

How we deal with creditor pressure

It can be difficult enough to find ways to manage your business’ debt arrears without the additional pressure from creditors. When a creditor starts chasing you for payments it can make things even harder to deal with, but you shouldn’t ever feel like you have to avoid answering the phone or checking your emails. Our team will work closely with your business  to deal with these unfortunate circumstances. 

It’s really important to remember that credit issues for a business are best addressed sooner rather than later. Whether it’s cash flow problems or just a sudden loss of contract or supplier, debts can hit any business quickly and can be hard to recover from. You are not alone with TheInsolvencyExperts. Seek help today and let our experts support you make in making positive steps to improve your circumstances.

Other problems we can help with

Our team can help with a number of the daily problems businesses can face, let’s tackle them together

Cash flow problems

It is not unusual for companies to experience cash flow difficulties from time to time. This is something that we come across and advice upon frequently. The key to resolving such issues, is to address them early by seeking our help.

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Winding up petition

Many people are unaware of their rights if a bailiff appears at their premises – often allowing them access without the correct procedure having been followed. Many people are unaware of their rights if a bailiff appears at their premises – often allowing them access without the correct procedure having been followed.

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HMRC arrears

Whilst the route to liquidation can either be a voluntary or compulsory process, the outcome is that your business is being wound-up and will no longer trade. Whether it’s your choice, or a creditor forcing your business into liquidation, we can provide you with the advice you need throughout the process.

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Accelerated Payment-notice

A company administration is a process whereby an Insolvency Practitioner is appointed as the administrator of a company to restructure the business with the aim of either turning it into a profitable company or effecting a sale of the business to preserve value and employment.

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CCJs

If your business is insolvent (liabilities exceeding assets, or unable to meet financial commitments) you have particular responsibilities as a director. In certain cases, if you do not meet this regulation, you could be accused of wrongful trading, and in worse cases, become personally liable.

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Dealing with bailiffs

Bailiffs visit business premises to collect debts, either in the form of cash or goods, however they cannot turn up unannounced. An official document, usually a notice of enforcement is initially sent with a 7 day time frame of intention to visit. If you think the reasons for a bailiff visiting you is illegitimate or are not sure of the documents, The Insolvency Experts can offer advice on how to deal with a visit from a bailiff to ensure you and your business don’t suffer.

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Accelerated Payment Notice

An Accelerated Payment Notice (APN) can be issued to a business by HMRC if a company owes tax due to the use of a tax avoidance scheme. Demands for money can be stressful for your business as tax avoidance is a PR nightmare. For advice on how to pay a tax retribution and how to stop it affecting your business financially, contact The Insolvency Experts today.

Winding Up Petition

Creditors have the power to get their debts paid through a Winding Up Petition which is a formal request for compulsory liquidation of your business. Creditors can do this to raise money from your assets if your business owes more than £750. A Winding Up Petition can be detrimental for your business, so contact The Insolvency Experts before it is issued to get advice and help on how to deal with creditor debts.

HMRC Arrears

The Insolvency Experts can help your business if you fall behind with HMRC payments. Sometimes businesses are issued with unforeseen VAT bills, PAYE liability costs or corporation tax. If your company is unable to pay for these, there a number of options available to you including a Time to Pay Arrangement, a Company Voluntary Arrangement or Debt Management Plans. For more assistance talk to The Insolvency Experts today.

Cash Flow Problems

There are many reasons why businesses experience cash flow problems and they can be problematic for businesses. The Insolvency Experts offer advice on the different solutions to cash flow problems, including making savings on debt repayments through creditors. Tacking cash flow problems early will help prevent further financial stress further down the line, so get in touch with The Insolvency Experts today and we can offer sensitive advice for your business.

CCJs

Failing to repay debts can lead to a County Court Judgement (CCJ) being listed against your business by creditors. A CCJ can be harmful to your business’ credit rating and result in further finance being refused from banks and creditors. It is important to seek professional advice should your company be facing any debts as County Court Claims from creditors can potentially result in the winding up of your business. Contact us today for CCJ advice.

Dealing with Bailiffs

Bailiffs visit business premises to collect debts, either in the form of cash or goods, however they cannot turn up unannounced. An official document, usually a notice of enforcement is initially sent with a 7 day time frame of intention to visit. If you think the reasons for a bailiff visiting you is illegitimate or are not sure of the documents, The Insolvency Experts can offer advice on how to deal with a visit from a bailiff to ensure you and your business don’t suffer.

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