Business Debt Problems
Business in financial trouble?
Are your creditors breathing down your neck?
Cash flow problems?
Problems with PAYE / VAT payments?
Pressure from your bank?
When a business experiences financial difficulties, inevitably there is
uncertainty and anxiety for those involved. We are fully aware of the
problems facing many businesses - especially in times of economic
slowdown and we offer much more than simply insolvency advice.
If you know your business is fundamentally sound, but you're having
problems with cashflow, paying your bills etc, we'll work with you to
ensure the right decisions are taken to turn your business around and
see return to profitably. Our experience ranges across all industry
sectors, from small to medium sized companies, our objective will always
be to get your business back on track.
This could involve company debt restructuring, arranging a repayment
holiday with your creditors, realising some of the value within the
business, helping you to refinance, or any number of options. The key
thing is to ensure we do the right thing for you and your business.
Working with you, we'll assess the situation and develop an action plan
that takes care of all your outstanding debts, leaving you to
concentrate on running your business.
Wherever possible, our primary aim is to help you sort out your
business financial problems, but where a business cannot be saved, it
may be necessary to liquidate it. We can advise the directors and
shareholders on the procedures and also act as Liquidators.
Get FREE expert and impartial advice
The most important decision is to seek expert help to
find a solution to your problems, the earlier you make the decision
the better. Our advice
is totally impartial and any initial consultation with us is given to
you free of charge. Contact
The insolvency test
Can the company pay its debts when they fall due for payment?
If you cannot pay your bills, then the company could be insolvent.
Do your company's liabilities exceed its assets?
If yes, then the company could be insolvent.
If you feel your company is insolvent, is vital that you and the
board of directors take action to address the position.