Bankruptcies hit six-year high

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Bankruptcies hit six-year high. 29/1/2019. Bankruptcies hit six-year high.  The number of people going bust has jumped to at least a six-year high, according to new figures from the Insolvency Service. Insolvency specialists RSM expect the figures will show more
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Weak housing market will lead to more insolvencies

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Weak housing market will lead to more insolvencies. James Salmon, 18th January 2019. The weak housing market is predicted to lead to more insolvencies. New research by the accounting firm Moore Stephens hints that if the signs we are currently
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Begbies Traynor expecting more insolvencies

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Begbies Traynor expecting more insolvencies James Salmon, Operations Director, 20/12/18. Begbies Traynor, Britain’s biggest insolvency specialist,  expects corporate failures to continue rising next year, as continuing Brexit uncertainty and the tough high street climate take their toll. Begbies Traynor’s profits
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Late-payers don’t need a nudge, they need a smack from the law

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Patience Wheatcroft: Late-payers don’t need a nudge, they need a smack from the law. Baroness Wheatcroft, in the Sunday Times on 16th December 2018 has said Late-payers don’t need a nudge, they need a smack from the law. Patience Wheatcroft,
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Small firms face £9k bill to collect late payments

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Small firms face £9k bill to collect late payments Small firms on average face a £9,000 bill to collect late payments. Annual research by BACS Payment Schemes shows that small businesses in the UK face a bill of £6.7bn to
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