Founders who are in the early stages of building their businesses will not be reading this page because, living in fluffy-bunny-magic-startup-land as they do, these issues will never affect them.

Businesses, like the people who create them, have a lifespan. Sooner or later, every business will come to an end. It may simply close its doors or it may get swallowed up in an acquisition. But eventually, every business everywhere ends. When we talk about insolvency here, we are using it as a catch-all for the closure of a business. But it’s a sad fact that most businesses close not because the owners and staff want them to but because they can no longer pay their bills. So, whether you intend to close your business or you’re dealing with a business than appears to be insolvent, we can help. If it’s done properly, even an insolvent company can be closed without the owners or directors attracting personal liability but context is key and following the right procedures is absolutely crucial. Every case is different, just as every business is different. Founders who are in the earliest stages of building their businesses will not be reading this page because, living in fluffy-bunny-magic-startup-land as they do, these issues will never affect them. However, as soon as you take on your first employee or lease your first commercial premises or sign a personal guarantee on your business overdraft, the management of your company’s cashflow and the impending threat of insolvency will never be far from your mind. We know. We’ve been there. Let us help while it’s still within your control.

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