The impact of COVID-19 has seen a sharp drop of £189 million in insolvent business debt during the last quarter, according to a new study.
At a time when Britain’s small businesses are at their most vulnerable, government and banks risk putting us all into debt.
Debt, whether for households or companies, struck the headlines in December 2018.
Founder of online accountancy firm Crunch, Darren Fell, explores the pros and cons of crowdfunding and venture capital.
A healthy cash flow is essential for any business – timely invoicing and polite reminders aren’t always enough to ensure your customers pay for your goods or services, which can have a severe impact on your business.
David “two brains” Willetts and his doughty team mates at something with Orwellian title of The Intergenerational Commission has spent two years coming to blindingly obvious conclusions.
After running into financial difficulties in 2017, Carillion has gone into liquidation. While often bandied around in the news, it’s not a term you’ll find explained, which has left some to ponder the difference between words such as liquidation and administration.
Refinancing seems like an unattractive hurdle – a mass of paperwork and fees so large that it negates the potential benefit of a more attractive deal. Nevertheless, it’s often the key to improved growth.
For many fast-growth businesses, the route to finance can be fraught with setbacks. However, having an application for external funding denied should not act as an impediment to growth, if reacted to effectively.
After what feels like an eternity, it appears that people are finally starting to open their eyes and see what I’ve been saying all along. Universities are cash-hungry con jobs.
As Democratic nominee Hilliary Clinton enters the most challenging few months of her career, during which she’s likely to go up against Donald Trump to become the next US president, an idea of how to fund startup businesses has ruffled a few feathers.
Asian foreign exchange markets are expressing all the hallmarks of a currency war as tit-for-tat central bank action to weaken respective currencies has increased, according to economist Jeremy Cook.