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When a company is struggling financially, whether it is experiencing cash flow problems, pressure from creditors to repay its debts, or is being threatened with a winding-up petition, the director will need to look closely at its options to understand the best route forward. Some companies will no longer have a viable future or chances…

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If you are entering your solvent limited company into a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation, you will need to be aware of the declaration of solvency which must legally be signed as part of the liquidation process. To help directors find out more about the declaration of solvency and why this is part of the MVL process,…

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22 October 2021

Closing a limited company is a significant decision to make and requires serious consideration. If you are unsure about whether closing down your company is the best move, it might be better to leave it dormant. In this guide, Clarke Bell explains what a dormant company is and why a director might leave their company…

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A director’s loan account is a company’s record of the money owed to, or owed by, a company director. Usually, a director’s loan account is a method by which a director can take money out of their business in a way that isn’t classified as their salary, a dividend or an expense. However, it can…

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Creditors who are owed money by a company and have had several repayment demands gone unfulfilled can apply for a County Court Judgement against the limited company as a means of recovering the debt. When a limited company fails to pay a County Court Judgement, the creditor then has the right to gain assistance from…

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