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landlord owed rent arrears

60% of Private Landlords owed rent arrears

Data from the National Residential Landlords Association has revealed that a massive 60% of Private Landlords are owed money due to rent arrears. Roughly 840,000...
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Dodgy Company Directors disqualified by Insolvency service

Two rogue property directors who abused millions of investor funds and a scaffolder who disposed of assets prior to bankruptcy have been banned by...
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HMRC facing £65bn Debt Collection challenge

The HMRC is now facing its biggest debt collection challenge in history. Debt owed to the HMRC from UK Businesses and tax payers has...
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New clampdown on rogue car parking firms

Private Parking firms are facing a government clampdown on rogue practices. Parking companies will be banned from issuing fines for minor misdemeanours such as...
small business insolvency

Small Businesses in ‘distress’ number triples

New data released by Accountancy firm Mazars has shown a worrying rise in the amount of UK Small Businesses in financial distress. Over 135,000...
sme late payment

New Small Business Commissioner urged to tackle late payments

Uk Sole traders group IPSE has called upon the new Small Business Commissioner Liz Barclay to take a tougher approach to late payments. IPSE...
debt ridden railway

Public rallies to save Debt ridden Railway

News that the popular Welsh Llangollen railway has had to call in the receivers has been met with a wave of public support since...
employee scam

Debt Collection notices helped reveal Employee’s £1.7m scam

When Company Bosses at a Scunthorpe based Business started receiving Commercial Debt Collection Agency letters alarm bells rang. Shortly after they found that one...
Debt Collection edinburgh

City Council writes off £7.26m after Debt Collection efforts fail

Edinburgh City Council has been forced to write off a whopping £7.26m after Debt Collection efforts have failed to recoup monies owed to them. The...
insolvency service payout

Insolvency service payouts hit new levels

The Insolvency Service paid out £453.4 million in missing wages and benefits to workers at firms that went bust last year. This is according...