The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill is currently making its way through Parliament and is expected to become law by the end of June 2020. There are a number of key aspects to the Bill as far as insolvency is concerned, but perhaps the most striking is the introduction of a new statutory Moratorium process. …
The key measures – as at 19th March 2020 Businesses of all sizes will have access to a £330 billion package of Government-backed loans and guarantees. The Chancellor said he would go further and provide “as much capacity as is required”. This will be delivered through two streams, both of which will be up and …
To enter Administration, a company needs to be, or is likely to become, insolvent, where either the company’s liabilities exceed its assets, or it is unable to pay its debts as and when they fall due.
How are funds distributed in a Liquidation and who is at the top of the pecking order? In this month’s article we discuss the strict hierarchy within the Insolvency Act, which determines the order that creditors will be paid during liquidation.
We all know that Taxes should be paid when they fall due, however HMRC will usually agree a payment arrangement, known as Time to Pay (TTP) in order to clear any arrears. Here are 5 top tips to help you and your clients achieve the best outcome with HMRC
We’re often asked about the difference between Liquidation and Administration and when one should be used over the other. Here we cover the main differences between the two formal insolvency procedures,
If a director, manager or secretary of a company fails to pay VAT, PAYE or National Insurance Contributions (NIC) deductions and HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) consider that non-payment was due to fraud or neglect, then they have the power to issue the individual with a Personal Liability Notice (PLN).
Find out how taking early action and following effective steps can help businesses minimise the threat of insolvency.
The introduction of Accelerated Payment Notices (APNs) by the Finance Act 2014 remains one of the most talked about measures introduced by the UK tax authority to clampdown on what it considers to be tax avoidance.
Why HMRC may focus its attention on certain companies to recover lost tax revenue, and as an accountant and business owner, what you should expect in a tax investigation.
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