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When cash flow gets tight, corporate compliance is often the first casualty. Some directors also think that if a tax debt can’t be paid, that it’s best not to lodge any tax returns and is even better to get some tax preparation consulting. However, the best way to get out of debt would be to get the proper help from a debt relief lawyer. Here are 7 reasons why it’s

In this article we take a look at the consequences of decisions made around private companies paying dividends and the solvency test.

Are you the director a Small to Medium Business? It can be tough knowing what to do from the top. With some business it seems like everyone is doing their job and you’re hardly needed, with others it feels like the whole building may come crumbling down if you turn your back for a second. As a director, you may find you lack peers to discuss certain points. Contact our

If you are a director of a company, it is almost inevitable that at some stage you will be asked or required to agree to a director’s (also called a personal) guarantee.

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