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Marketing Company enters Company Administration saving jobs

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The Problem Presented A marketing company’s accountant approached us as their client was receiving pressure from HMRC concerning their outstanding PAYE and corporation tax. The company was experiencing financial difficulty after investing large sums of money into their marketing pitches which turned out to be unsuccessful in winning them new business. The directors wanted to […]

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Cash Flow Difficulties with an Online Retail Company

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The Problem Presented We were approached by a company’s accountant who explained their client was experiencing severe cash flow difficulties with their online retail company. Unforeseen rapid growth led to problems within the company’s infrastructure specifically with their stock management. The cash flow pressure they were experiencing was coming from HMRC and some of their […]

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IT Consultancy Business enters MVL

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The Company was an IT consultancy business and had traded for around 10 years. The Director was a sole Director and Shareholder. The Director of the company advised that the company was solvent and had been a very successful company throughout the trading history. The company had only two creditors, their accountants for accountancy fees […]

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Haulage Company enters Administration & saves 29 jobs

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The Problem Presented A haulage company who were experiencing a £500,000 loss over the past 2 years approached FA Simms & Partners for help. There were two Companies owned by common Directors and Shareholders and they explained that the main reason behind the deficiencies came from a loss making contract within the smaller of the […]

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Company Voluntary Arrangement Case Study

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The Problem Presented We received an initial enquiry from a trade supplier who was being threatened with a winding-up order from HM Revenue & Custom (HMRC). Due to the economic down turn the company was experiencing a reduction in turnover and profit which meant they had fallen into arrears with their trade suppliers to whom […]

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