Welcome to Begbies Traynor in the town of Blackburn where our experienced team of licensed insolvency practitioners and business rescue advisers are available to provide free consultations to all company directors in financial distress.
Blackburn and the surrounding East Lancashire region has a proud history of industry and innovation, with a thriving array of multi-cultural businesses including thousands of start-ups and established multinational firms. In these times of financial uncertainty, we’re here to advise all local businesses when the warning signs appear.
These signs could be the loss of a major contract or customer; an inability to pay VAT or Corporation Tax to HMRC; a struggle to pay your rent/lease costs, or difficulty in paying staff or suppliers. Regardless of the issues you are facing, we’re only a phone call away and we pride ourselves on providing free and frank advice.
If cash flow is a terminal issue, liquidation options may need to be explored but we can advise on the best route to company closure and how directors could potentially claim redundancy – of which the average director claim is £9,000.
If cash flow is a more short-term issue, we can advise on business rescue options such as administration or a CVA – including the recently devised fast-track CVA which is designed to help smaller businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
We can quickly ascertain whether your business is still viable and provide the advice you need on common director queries surrounding personal guarantees, liability for loans and covenants, and how to alleviate creditor pressure – particularly HMRC.
Contact Begbies Traynor in Blackburn for free, expert advice – we’re here to provide the support you need.
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The latest Begbies Traynor “Red Flag Alert” research, which has examined the financial health of British companies for the past 15 years, highlights the strain two years of extraordinary financial pressures have had on thousands of UK companies.Read more →
Joint administrators Bob Maxwell and Louise Longley from Begbies Traynor, who were appointed as joint administrators of Elland commercial joinery and shopfitting firm Crossley Webb Contracts (CWC) on …Read more →
On 6 April 2022 Ken Pattullo and Kenny Craig of Begbies Traynor were appointed as joint provisional liquidators of Gibson Direct Ltd.Read more →