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HMRC Debt Management Department

What is it and how can it help?

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC)...

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Business and Company Debt Advice

Business and Company Debt Advice

If your company is struggling due to business debt, then we can give advice...

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My Business Is Making Me Depressed

What can I do if my business is making me depressed?

Depression is a mental...

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How to buy businesses in administration or liquidation

How to buy businesses in administration from an administrator or liquidator. ...

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What are the powers of HMRC, Bailiffs and Enforcement Officers? Can They Enter My House?

The powers of HMRC Bailiffs and HMRC Enforcement Officers - Can They Enter My House?

A Bailiff, HMRC officer or an Enforcement Agent has the power to take control of...

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How can I legally take money out of my limited company?

How can I legally take money out of my limited company?

When you set up your limited company, you may think you can dip into your...

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HMRC Payment Problems - Worried Directors Guide

If you are facing problems paying HMRC taxes such as VAT, PAYE or corporation...

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What, Why, How: Striking Off a Limited Company

Striking Off a Limited Company

What is Striking Off for a Limited Company?

The term ‘Striking Off’ means...

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What is a Phoenix Company And Are They Legal?

What is a Phoenix Company And Are They Legal?

A phoenix company is a new company that rises "from the ashes" of a previously...

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What Are Fixed and Floating Charges

What Are Fixed and Floating Charges?

Fixed and Floating charges are different types of security over assets. A fixed...

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Compulsory Liquidation - A Worried Directors Guide

A Guide To The Process Of Compulsory Liquidation

Compulsory Liquidation is when a company is liquidated by the official receiver...

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Wrongful trading and fraudulent trading: What’s the difference?

Wrongful trading is where an insolvent company has continued to trade in a way...

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