A Creditors Voluntary Liquidation is the most common form of insolvency in the UK.
This happens if you and your fellow directors decide that, with your company insolvent, you should voluntarily wind it up. A CVL works by realising the assets of your company and distributing the proceeds to your creditors.
What is Compulsory Liquidation? This happens when the court orders that your company must be wound up. This follows a winding-up petition ... more
On 26 February 2019, the government issued a consultation to make HMRC a ‘secondary preferential creditor’. My recent experience of ... more
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