Chartered accountant Susan Jackson Cousin shares practical, flexible business advice to help owners and management teams take a pragmatic approach to 2020 planning.
Identify the main challenges impacting your business performance and benefit from honest, non-judgmental advice on how to best deal with them.
If your business is facing the threat of creditor legal action or you are experiencing late payments, increase in costs, unexpected tax debt, CCJs or a Winding Up Petition, seeking out early professional advice can make a huge difference to the future of the company.
Over the years we have built strong and lasting relationships with a small group of trusted corporate recovery and insolvency practitioner partners (IP). These expert IP partners work tirelessly to help sole traders, partnerships and companies – providing advice to businesses that are still solvent, but who need help to turn fortunes around and return to profitability.
Avoid long-term problems
The survival of your business is always their priority and they’ll act quickly to advise on a range of recovery options including;
- company restructure
- sale of assets to inject cash into the business
- voluntary liquidation
- sale of the business as a going concern
- time- to-pay arrangement
When the recovery of your business is not possible our IP partners can advise on the best insolvency solution, including the proposal of a Partnership Voluntary Arrangement (PVA), Partnership Administration or Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA).
Helping you decide whether liquidation is the most suitable option for your individual circumstances and managing the process on your behalf, with discretion and sensitivity from beginning to end.
Partnerships & Sole Traders
If you are a sole trader, or your business operates as a partnership, you are personally liable for the debts of the business.
That’s why it’s so important to get help early if the business is struggling financially. There are often steps you can take to protect your personal financial position and avoid bankruptcy.
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