“Our goal is to enable people to get the support and resources they need to keep their businesses going” says Jack Enfield of Company Debt. “We have found the information on the government site was somewhat fragmented. As such we’ve created what we feel is the most comprehensive hub of information currently out there. I strongly believe that business owners and entrepreneurs will certainly benefit from our resource hub in this time of national crisis.”
Government support available for UK businesses during Coronavirus
- For more time to pay your taxes
- Government backed loan
- Government finance for large businesses
- Claim for wage costs.
- Protection from eviction for commercial tenants
- Interest deferred VAT
- Claim back statutory sick pay due to Coronavirus.
- Income support for the self employed
- Future Fund loans for innovation companies.
For for more information
Company Debt specialises in advising and helping businesses in distress. We help directors, sole traders, accountants, SMEs and partnerships with insolvency-related challenges. With many years’ experience across a large selection of industries throughout the UK, we are able to serve some of the sectors that are known to struggle most with insolvency problems.
If your company is insolvent or struggling with business debt and you need advice from a leading debt company, contact our confidential insolvency helpline to arrange a free consultation today. With decades of experience, our senior consultants will explain all of your options clearly in a free initial consultation. Whether you’re looking to rescue your business, deal swiftly with stressful creditor pressure, or secure an appropriate and tax efficient exit strategy, we’re here to help.
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