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8th November 2018
Buried deep in the Chancellor’s recent Budget was a new measure that gives HMRC priority over other creditors when claiming money back from an insolvent business.

HMRC Overtakes Other Creditors Business Insolvency Pecking Order

Buried deep in the Chancellor’s recent Budget was a new measure that gives HMRC priority over other creditors when claiming money back from an insolvent business. The move will reinstate HMRC as a ‘preferred creditor,’ […]
7th November 2018
Struggling Wilmslow Care Home Group Put up for Sale-01

Struggling Wilmslow Care Home Group Put up for Sale

The Wilmslow-based Four Seasons care home group has been put up for sale by its American owners as anxiety grows about the future of the company. Four Seasons Health Care, which is headquartered on Station […]
5th November 2018
Northern Quarter Bar Group Enters Liquidation

Northern Quarter Bar Group Enters Liquidation

Several popular Manchester bars shut their doors last week after their owner entered liquidation. Walrus, The Blue Pig, Tusk and Rosylee in the Northern Quarter, and other venues in West Didsbury and Heaton Moor all […]
5th November 2018
Personal Bankruptcies By Lenders Up 16%

Personal Bankruptcies By Lenders Up 16%

New figures released by the Insolvency Service reveal that lenders are taking tougher action on people with problem debt. Figures show that the number of creditor-petitioned bankruptcies, a process by which lenders can force individuals […]
28th October 2018
Chancellor weighs up £1.4bn tax break for high street

Chancellor weighs up £1.4bn tax break for high street

Chancellor Philip Hammond is considering a £1.4bn tax break for the smallest high street businesses in his budget on Monday. The move would be a welcome change for many of the smallest high street businesses […]