The Insolvency Service releases insolvency stats on a monthly basis. It used to do so quarterly but the reporting is now much quicker. In short, in September 2023 there were: 255 compulsory liquidations 1,576 creditors’ voluntary liquidations (CVLs) 125...
As interest rates rise yet again, businesses across England and Wales may find themselves feeling the squeeze, as a credit crunch looms. In an environment where borrowing costs are going up, managing cash flow becomes even more critical. This situation is especially...
When it comes to chasing payment of overdue invoices, it is essential to strike a balance between politeness and assertiveness. Whilst being polite is generally a good approach, sometimes businesses can unintentionally hinder their own cash flow by being too lenient....
Maintaining a steady cash flow is vital for any business and getting clients to pay on time, plays a huge role. If you find yourself hitting a wall when it comes to timely payments, it is crucial to understand the reasons behind this issue. Cash Flow Challenges One...
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business. It is the fuel that keeps operations running smoothly, enables growth, and ensures financial stability. If it isn’t maintained, a business can go up in smoke. Proper management of cash flow is essential for sustaining a...
After a very long consultation period, fixed recoverable costs in civil claims are looking likely to be introduced in October 2023. The detail is still subject to formal confirmation but what has been set out is likely to be approved by and large. The drafts are...
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