Running a business can be a lonely task; and never more so than when you are experiencing financial difficulties. It can seem that every letter you open brings more bad news, with no obvious way out.
In times like these, entrepreneurs need the advice and support of Kay Johnson Gee’s Manchester based corporate recovery team. The team will assess the problems facing the business, advise you of your options and will discuss these through with you. We will look for how we can save the business and the jobs it supports. Sadly in some cases this isn’t possible. Regardless of the strategy you decide upon, we will support you through it.Our corporate recovery team is headed by Alan Fallows, who has over 18 years hands-on experience and is authorised by the Insolvency Practitioners Association to undertake Insolvency Appointments in the United Kingdom. A Member of the Society of Practitioners in Insolvency, he is an expert in all aspects of insolvency work, with an emphasis on corporate recovery.
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|National Insurance numbers|
HMRC recently issued a notification that a number of National Insurance numbers have been issued without the usual suffixes, the final letter (A, B, C