COVID-19: For many businesses things may appear bleak in this worrying and ever changing environment. The Government has introduced emergency measures to support businesses affected by the Coronavirus pandemic - we recommend exploring these options before making any big decisions. We are helping as many businesses as we can. If your business was under pressure prior to COVID-19, by exploring the rescue and recovery options available, you may be better placed for the return to normality. As part of our commitment to help businesses adapt to this challenging situation we have launched BusinessSupport.co.uk to help you plan the best way forwards.
There is no cost to speak to us. We’ll listen then explain the options. We only liquidate a company if it’s the best choice. For many who contact us we can set out other choices.
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Can’t pay what’s owed; then this liquidation is the most used. If there’s pressure on the company, then we can quickly speak to those chasing payment. We can to explain to them that a liquidation is starting and what’s next. Click through to read about a CVL and to understand the process.
A tax efficient route to remove money or assets from a solvent company. We work with your accountant or tax adviser. This makes the process smooth and quick. We’ll explain the steps and prepare the documents. We’re here to support you and get your money to you as soon as possible.
Your options may be far wider than you think; even if HMRC are about to close you down! There may still be time to get organise a longer-term repayment plan. This could give vital breathing space and give time for your business to be saved.
This allows the directors of a company to purchase the goodwill and assets of an insolvent company. Then Start Afresh in a new company.
Those owed money by a company may send a winding-up petition to court. If not stopped then on the date set by the court a court liquidation order will be made. This type of liquidation is managed by the Government Insolvency Service. A way to buy back the business from the liquidator will not be available.
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