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Top tips to avoid insolvency - 3rd January 2014


From our experience, it's often that the reasons for insolvency can comprise some similar fundamental challenges across varying businesses and industries, so we put together a few top tips to help companies avoid it:

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Protection through a Private Debenture - 3rd December 2013


We at Kingsland Business Recovery like to use our experience and expertise to change the business environment we work within and have therefore have been busy working closely with other professionals in developing a product and a service that helps business owners.

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What is a “Zombie Company” and how is this affecting the current economic climate? - 19th November 2013


Taz Rashid, Partner and Licensed Insolvency at Kingsland Business Recovery has seen from recent media coverage and from the tabloids that there has been a focus on Zombie Companies and that they are holding back the growth of the country’s economy.

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What is a Pre-pack? - 8th November 2013


Pre-packs have become a familiar heading for tabloids in recent times, mainly associated to the collapse of some of the major high street retailers which includes brands the likes of United Carpets, Game, Peacocks, Blacks Leisure, La Senza and Firetrap.

You may therefore ask what is a Pre-pack?

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The re-use of a name of a failed company, the Myth and the Law - 12th October 2013


When speaking with Clients one question which is asked more frequently than any other is whether the Director of a failed Company can be a Director of another Company and are they able to trade under a similar name as to the failed Company.

According to the Myth, the Directors can no longer act in that capacity and nor can they reuse the trading name.

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What is a Members Voluntary Liquidation (MVL)? - 9th September 2013


A Members' Voluntary Liquidation is used to formally close down a company that is solvent as all creditors owed money will be paid in full. The process also provides a cost effective and tax efficient manner in which to distribute its assets to its shareholders. Therefore, an MVL can also be used as part of a restructuring arrangement such as a S.110 scheme arrangement.

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What is a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA)? - 6th August 2013


A Company Voluntary Arrangement is one of the least published tool in a Insolvency Practitioners armour. We have over the years been able to work with accountants and business advisors in repairing their client’s financial position by deferring the payments to its creditors over a sustainable period, reducing their outstanding debts or providing the Company with a breathing space in order to informally restructure itself.

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Increase in number of law firms and solicitors approaching Kingsland Business Recovery for restructuring and insolvency advice. - 11th December 2012


Taz Rashid, Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and Partner at Kingsland Business Recovery has over the last 6 months seen a dramatic increase in the number of Solicitors contacting the firm for advice. 

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PAYE Security Deposits - 1st April 2012


Following on from our previous eblast highlighting HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) requesting more security deposits prior to providing new businesses with a VAT Number.

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