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By Griffin and King
The process can be started immediately. The directors need to sign a resolution to appoint an Insolvency Practitioner to prepare a statement of affairs and to call a creditors meeting.

By Griffinand King
Forgive the summary of the agenda of Davos below, I feel it is important to put my article in context.

By Griffin and King
I had a call from Tracey last week. Tracy explained that her husband (Neil) and she had been in a DMP (Debt Management Plan) for around six years. Neil's accountant had suggested she call us.

By Griffin and king
Yes, G4S got things seriously wrong with their Olympic security shambles.

By Griffin and King
Recent figures show that the Eurozone jobless in July exceeded 18 million for the first time.

By Griffin and King
With effect from 1st January 2013 IFA’s (Independent Financial Advisers) will no longer be able to draw commissions from customers.

By Griffin and King
is planning changes to the PAYE system that should help them identify underpayment much quicker......

By Griffin and king
We are now being told that better than expected construction figures may well mean that the second quarter GDP figures published last month will be revised upwards.

By Griffin and King
Recently the Eurozone approved the terms of a loan of up to 100bn Euros to re-capitalise Spanish banks but the crisis continues.

By Griffin and king
The UK and the Eurozone have all published recent figures that show manufacturing output slumping at a very disappointing rate.

By Griffin and King
Payday Loan Company ‘Wonga’ are now making loans available to businesses.

By Griffin and King
The Eurozone is braced for a further bout of austerity despite pledges from political leaders to boost growth policies after the European Commission predicted at least 9 of 17 member countries would fail to meet spending targets next year.

By FRP Advisory
Aquascutum, the UK-based luxury clothing manufacturer and retailer, entered in to administration today (Tuesday April 17 2012), with the appointment of Joint Administrators, Geoff Rowley and Phil Armstrong, partners at FRP Advisory LLP.

By Griffin and King
Europe’s biggest banks could see the amount of capital they are required to hold in reserve more than double.

By Griffin and King
Company insolvencies were up 7.4 per cent during the final report of last year in England and Wales compared to the same period in 2010.

By Griffin and King
The High Court recently judged that the liquidator of a company had been wrong to pursue two companies’ directors for wrongful trade

By Griffin and King
The Greek ‘debt deal’ has now been secured which kicks the problem firmly up the road. In immediate terms this should have a massive positive effect for the EU and this has avoided a huge disorderly default.

By Tobi Baker
Clarke Bell are a UK based insolvency practitioner that helps businesses and individuals to reduce the strain of debt. They are proud to announce to the world a brand new website.

By Griffin and King
Corporate insolvencies down 3.7% compared with Q1 2011 according to the Graydon UK Insolvency Predictor

By Griffin and King
Research released today from Tradeshift finds that 13% of invoices issued by UK small businesses remain unpaid every year, causing a £1.4tr black hole in the economy.

By Griffin and King
The cost of winding up small businesses will increase considerably from March as a result of new legislation.

By Griffin and King
The number of people becoming personally insolvent in England and Wales has risen for the first time in a year, according to figures released by the Insolvency Service.

By Griffin and King
Experian has reported a massive 100% increase in the level of borrowing amongst high income families in their 30s and 40s over the past three years, with many citing the rising cost of living as the main cause.

By Griffin and King
Nearly half of individuals (47%) are concerned about their debts, according to the latest wave of R3’s, the insolvency trade body, Personal Debt Snapshot.

By Griffin and King
That was the finding of a survey conducted by the think-tank, the Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR).

By Stephen Ideh
The announcement that the changes to the pre-pack administration process are to be delayed until next year has not come as a surprise to many, according to industry experts at the Business Sale Report (BSR).

By Griffin and King
Euler Hermes’ Global Insolvencies Index, which tracks worldwide trends in corporate failures, dropped by a significant 5% in 2010 after having soared by 64% between 2007 and 2009.

By Griffin and King
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has announced that it intends to target more groups of workers in its efforts to recoup unpaid taxes.

By Heartlands Business gifts
The date (1-2 November) is timed to attract decision makers as they plan their budgets for the following year.

By Griffin and King
Statistics on debt judgments in England & Wales released today (May 24) by Registry Trust Ltd show that the total value of county court judgments

By Griffin and King
Citizens Advice and The UK Cards Association produce consumer guidance on recent changes

By Griffin and King
On Friday this week, May 6, the Insolvency Service will issue the latest Government quarterly statistics for insolvencies in the UK in the first quarter of 2011.

By Griffin and King
The following winding up petitions have been advertised today.

By Griffin and King
The number of troubled companies falling into insolvency in England and Wales rose for the second successive quarter.

By Griffin and King
Commenting on the GDP preliminary estimate for Q1 2011

By Griffin and King
The UK dodged a double dip recession in the first quarter. But the pace of growth was nothing to write home about and will have done little to harden interest rate sentiment one way or the other at the Bank of England.

By Griffin and King
The Forum of Private Business is warning small firms to keep proper financial records or face fines in excess of £3,000.

By Griffin and King
The Institute of Credit Management (ICM) and the Minister of State for Business and Enterprise Mark Prisk have published their monthly 'tip' for small businesses to better manage their cashflow.

By Griffin and King
The Institute of Credit Management (ICM) and the Minister of State for Business and Enterprise Mark Prisk have published their monthly 'tip' for small businesses to better manage their cashflow.

By Griffin and King
Despite the Office for Budget Responsibility's weaker forecast for economic growth, the UK Chancellor stuck with austerity Plan A in the 2011 Budget. There was no change to the public spending plans announced last June and elaborated in October.

By Straightalkdebt
Leading business information expert, Equifax, has released its final report of Business Failures for 2010. With a 12.1% fall in failures recorded for the whole of 2010, compared to 2009.

By Griffin and King
Last year the number of County Court Judgments (CCJs) against businesses in England and Wales plummeted to the lowest level since 1989. In 2010, 27.1 percent fewer debt judgments were recorded against businesses compared with 2009.

By Griffin and King
The latest Insolvency Index from Experian®, the global information services company, reveals a positive picture in January, with the number of business failures down by more than 10 per cent compared to January 2010.

By Straightalkdebt
Over forty percent of people (43%) believe that their financial situation will worsen over the next six months, according to a quarterly survey by R3, the insolvency trade body - an increase of 13 percent on the last quarter.

By Griffin and King
Barry Knight, Head of Retail at finance and business advisors Grant Thornton UK LLP, comments on the latest (Q4 2010) statistics on administrations in the wholesale and retail industry.

By Griffin and King
While the Governor's correspondence with the Chancellor is more formal than a postcard, he must be feeling at least a little edgy with inflation at twice its target and set to move higher.

By Griffin and King
The Insolvency Practitioners Association held their 2011 annual lecture at the RAC Club in Pall Mall, London, the first of many events this year to mark the 50th anniversary of the Association.

By Griffin and King
The number of directors disqualified by the government for misconduct, such as fraud, has failed to keep pace with an increased number of reports of potential misconduct, according to research by insolvency trade body R3.

By Griffin and King
The taxman has announced that in a campaign commencing after July 2011, some 200,000 small businesses will be selected for one of HMRC’s new “Business Records Checks” aimed at raising an extra £600 million over four years.

By Griffin and King
The Insolvency Service has released research revealing that pensioners are six times more likely to go bankrupt than they were just a decade ago.



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