Insolvency Practitioner News
On this page, you will find news and comment about what is happening in our specialist areas:
- Company Voluntary Arrangements
- Administrations (including pre pack administration)
- Individual Voluntary Arrangements
We hope you find these articles interesting and informative.
In the meantime, if you need our help and advice in any of our specialist insolvency areas, please contact us or call 0207 831 1234, for a FREE initial discussion on the ‘phone or over a coffee.
This client, facing bankruptcy and losing his house said: "We had a meeting at ABc's London office. Within days my Individual Voluntary Arrangement was issued and approved a few weeks later. To say ‘thank you very much’ is an understatement. I will recommend anyone with a bankruptcy challenge to give Steve Illes at Antony Batty & Co. a call with setting up an IVA.”Read More
"I referred a members voluntary liquidation to Antony Batty and Company recently and I was very impressed by the speedy, friendly and expert work provided. Following this immensely positive experience I have referred other clients to them and always pick up the phone to seek their views without hesitation."Read More
Posted 18th April 2019 by Craig in
Posted 9th April 2019 by Craig in
What’s Happening with the Loan Charge? Huge Amounts of Stress and Also Reports of Suicides
We have read reports in the national press about the Loan Charge causing huge mental stress with the shocking news that several suicides have happened.Read More
Posted 21st March 2019 by Craig in
Employee Benefit Trusts. Can’t Pay the Loan Charge?
If you haven’t settled the tax owed on your employee benefit trust and can’t afford to pay the Loan Charge, talk to our Insolvency Practitioners for help.Read More
Posted 20th February 2019 by Craig in
5th April 2019 is Deadline Day for the Loan Charge, BUT Why are people not settling?
For those individuals and companies with Employee Benefit Trusts and other similar schemes, 5th April is deadline day. Thousands have not settled with HMRC? Why is this? We look at some of the possible reasons.Read More