Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:15
Welcome to Begbies Traynor in Preston city centre. We are a group of licensed insolvency practitioners and business rescue specialists offering a number of services to help companies and individuals in financial trouble across the Lancashire region.
Our Preston office is just one of an extensive network of office across the UK, including six in the north-west, emphasising our commitment in helping company directors and cementing our status as the UK’s leading independent business recovery practice.
If you have financial challenges of a personal or corporate nature that require dedicated advice, or if you’re a creditor of a company or individual in financial peril – Begbies Traynor can help.
Our objective is resolute; we aim to secure a positive outcome in an efficient, effective and timely manner. Our analysis and solutions consider all stakeholders and ensure the rights of all parties are protected.
We can talk you through the potential options available to you whether you're a debtor, creditor or professional adviser. Whether you're looking for company liquidation, turnaround, finance or any other service, we can help. In many cases a client can be unaware of exactly what route to take; that's where our experience and expertise is invaluable. The earlier we’re involved, the more chance we have of assisting you.
If you’re in the Preston or wider Lancashire area and require free initial advice from an insolvency expert, contact your local Begbies Traynor office. We’re based in Winckley Square in the heart of Preston's city centre. Dean Watson, Partner, will be happy to talk about the issues you are facing in a confidential manner, either face-to-face or on the phone. Dean is experienced in helping indebted companies and individuals and has a reputation as a straight-talking, honest adviser.
Guidance for Businesses on Employee Benefit Trusts following HMRC Supreme Court Victory
July 17th 2017
Begbies Traynor is currently advising company directors and business owners who have historically paid into Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs) in light of HMRC’s recent Supreme Court victory over Ranger…