The leading UK debt advice organisation Company Debt has launched a new service aimed at helping companies facing liquidation.
Online PR News – 15-May-2015 – Horsham – The leading UK debt advice organisation Company Debt has launched a new service aimed at helping companies facing liquidation. They hope to assist companies that are either facing forced liquidation due to being served a winding up petition, or those who are considering voluntary liquidation as an option after becoming insolvent.
Company Debt already offer free debt advice to hundreds of companies in financial difficulty each year.Present in eight locations around the United Kingdom, they deliver their debt and liquidation service online, by telephone and in person. Their website provides a popular and easily accessible gateway to practical information on all typesof financial problems that businesses might find themselves facing.
The improved liquidation advice service will help customers looking to know how to deal with winding up petitions and the prospect of compulsory liquidation, whether initiated by HMRC or company creditors. At this stressful time, Company Debt hope to be able to provide full support to company directors and owners looking for fast andpracticalsolutions. Company Debt also will advise customers on whether voluntary liquidation is right for a company with serious cash-flow problems, and will provide accurate information on alternatives.
Managing Director of Company Debt, Mike Smith, said “All our advice is tailored to the needs of each company that seeks our help. Furthermore, it is completely free and without obligation; our wish is simply to assist others who are in immediate need of support from our experts.”
The team of staff at Company Debt is comprised of experienced and qualified finance specialists. With many years of combined experience, they state that they have already managed to help thousands of companies turn around their fortunes. For companies who choose to go into liquidation, Company Debt specialists have helped many go through the process more smoothly and with a greater support system in place. On the website of the organisation, former customers speak highly of the excellent advice, and the approachable and understanding service they received.
It is believed that the increased demand for this kind of liquidation advice service is due to the recent economic recession. Although the economy is reportedly starting to recover, many businesses are still searching to solve what are very real financial difficulties. Operated by Jameson Smith & Co, Company Debt is one of many free debt advice services available in the UK. The organisation says that there is no need to pay a fee to consult with a debt or liquidation expert, as the complementary advice services on offer are of an exceptionally high standard and can be trusted to provide sufficient support for businesses that need it.