Small impact on late payments from small business commissioner

CPA Blog
Small impact on late payments from the small business commissioner Packing  a small punch The small business commissioner has put the “small” into late payment collections. Paul Uppal, who was appointed by the government  as small business commissioner with the
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Enforcement agents – What can they seize?

credit management
Enforcement agents – What can they seize? The taking control of goods regulations 2013 outlines what can and cannot be taken control of as part of a controlled goods agreement. You can view the complete legislation here. Once a debtor
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Budget has bad news for those who sell on credit

Business
Budget has bad news for those who sell on credit Hammond moves HMRC to the front of queue when firms go insolvent Do you sell on credit? Then the budget just brought you some bad news. Philip Hammond announced yesterday
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Small Suppliers Exploited by Carillion to Conceal Debts

Business
Small Suppliers Exploited by Carillion to Conceal Debts 22nd May 2018. Carillion leant on small suppliers to delay paying its bills and sought to conceal the true scale of its debts, an investigation by MPs has found. Carillion has become
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“Cheque Please”!: CPA Success Stories Within the Services Sector

CPA Blog
“Cheque Please”!: CPA Success Stories Within the Services Sector The services sector makes up a large proportion of the UK economy, supplying the public with hotels, catering, cleaning facilities, and hospitality. In the past few months, certain brick and mortar
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