Follow these steps to plan ahead, reduce your debt and improve your financial standing.
Clarke Willmott associate Karen Chapman and senior associate Stuart Hoysted, examine ten of the most common debt recovery myths.
How ever you look at it, we find ourselves in a time of economic uncertainty. The post Brexit jitters are fully dancing around in the now seemingly soft underbelly of our economy, leaving business leaders unsure of what the future holds.
As more firms begin to export, companies need to take precautionary measures to reduce the risk of late payment and debt.
Tax professionals are calling on the government to provide additional safeguards around their proposals for direct recovery of tax debt.
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) Q2 UK economic figures show the economy has entered a strong growth phase. Economic indicators show GDP growth is 0.6 per cent, with manufacturing up by 0.4 per cent, services up 0.6 per cent and construction 0.9 per cent.
If you’re a small business whose survival is dependent on regular cash flow, the urgency of keeping up to date with your invoices and recovering overdue bills is critical.