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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Arrangements that claim to get users out of the 2019 loan charge

30 May 2018:  HMRC is aware of a number of arrangements being promoted which claim to enable users to escape the 2019 loan charge. HMRC’s view is that these arrangements do not work and users are advised not to sign up to them. While promoters claim that these arrangements work, users should be clear that HMRC does not agree....
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HMRC tax investigations yield better returns than ever

23 May 2018: With an estimated £24.8bn recovered, HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) last year racked up its biggest successes and highest yields from investigations into large businesses tax compliance, which produced £77 for every £1 spent. The analysis by law firm Pinsent Masons says this marks the second year running that HMRC’s large...
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Have you herd? Keep mooo-ving Jean!

14 May 2018: When the majority of the UK were enjoying its first taste of summer and firing up the BBQ over the May Day bank holiday weekend, our very own Jean Armstrong, an assistant insolvency manager at BRI, participated in this year’s Milton Keynes half-marathon. Amongst other things, Jean enjoys running in what little personal...
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Acquisition Opportunity – IT Services provider

BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency have been engaged to assist a company with respect to a potential pre-pack sale of its business via an Administration process. Provided below is an overview of the business along with some key details. Should this opportunity be of interest to you, please note that expressions of interest are welcome...
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Dividends paid in two further insolvency matters.

9 May 2018: Thanks to the strategic handling of two very different insolvency appointments, BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency’s Northampton office is pleased to share further news of dividends being paid in a compulsory liquidation and a bankruptcy estate. In the compulsory matter, the secured creditor was paid in full within 2 days...
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