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Rogue Insolvency firm shut down by Courts

A court has wound up a Manchester firm which offered unlicensed Insolvency Practitioner (IP) services. Save Consultants Ltd claimed to provide insolvency practitioner services when...

Consumers want New Government to act on Late Payments

Xero, the global small business platform, today announced the findings of its ‘Settle Up’ report, which found 62 per cent of UK consumers surveyed...

Increase in UK Businesses filing for Administration

A total of 879 UK businesses filed for administration in the first six months of 2024 – a 42% and 16% increase compared to...

Commercial Landlords struggling says new study

A new study from infinitSpace also found more than one-in-seven commercial landlords believe their buildings are at risk of closing by 2029, amid affordability...

Unpaid Architect Fees forces firm to close down

Well established Gareth Hoskins Architects has announced a shock decision to cease their UK operations as a result of unpaid architect fees. In a statement,...

Liquidators appointed as Cazoo officially winding up

Cazoo Group Ltd has announced that the company is officially winding up, following the company’s extraordinary general meeting yesterday (July 2). Shareholders approved resolutions for...

Election sheds light on each Parties plans to combat Late Payment

With tomorrow's election looming, promises have been made by Politicians on how they each plan to combat late payment. All the major political parties are...

Football Club handed fine due to Unpaid Invoices

Oxford United have been fined £3,500 and handed a suspended one-year transfer fee ban,  as a result of the club accumulating 30 days or more...

‘Fresh Air Invoicing’ Fraud rising warns Insolvency Practitioner

An Insolvency practitioner for an accountancy firm has warned of a growing trend of 'fresh air invoicing'. Stephen Grant of Azets, an accountancy and advisory...

Director ordered to pay back £50m to pay Company Debts

Ex-BHS director Dominic Chappell has been ordered to pay £50m to cover company debts and losses the firm incurred before its collapse. A High Court...