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We are an independent company of insolvency practitioners committed to finding the right solutions for businesses and individuals in financial difficulty

Monthly Archives: December 2016

Ho ho hope they find a cure for dementia soon

21 December 2016:  100% of the BRI Northampton office team took part in a Christmas jumper day on 21 December. While some are already off enjoying annual leave in the run up to Christmas, this is what the rest of us looked like - donations were made to Dementia UK. Have a very Merry Christmas and...
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What just happened then?

20 December 2016:  With only a few days to go until the office end of year celebrations, our thoughts turn to the year just gone. No-one, except perhaps our bank manager, wants their local insolvency practitioner to be reporting “another stunning year”. We would look quizzically at any IP who suggested it had been. The...
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A Christmas Message

19 December 2016:  Alan Limb, from BRI’s Southampton office, has written the following festive ode. When Joseph went to Bethlehem To register for tax He’d no idea how much he owed His bookkeeping was lax. Poor Mary sat upon her mule With child, and feeling nippy Wishing that she’d married an accountant Not a chippy. “Why can’t we keep on top of things? I can’t...
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Feeling warmer in winter…

14 December 2016: … with BRI at the Milton Keynes Winter Warmer event. To kick off the festive season, the Milton Keynes office invited along business contacts of the firm, new and old, to join us for our annual drinks evening at the Abbey Hill Golf Centre. We were delighted to welcome nearly 60 local...
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Katie takes the biscuit … plus lots more!

9 December 2016: BRI’s Northampton Office held their last marketing lunch of 2016 at the Church Restaurant.

As is customary, a bountiful Christmas hamper was available to winner of the “heads and tails” competition, which 45 attendees participated in after a wonderful two course lunch.  

Peter Windatt was in charge of...

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