Category: UK Recession

Bailiffs return but are told not to shout

A report from BBC News has reported Bailiffs that are resuming operations in England and Wales are being told to keep their voices down to protect against coronavirus transmission. They will be chasing unpaid council tax after a five-month suspension. Debt charities have warned of a surge in cases, prompting financial and health risks. But…




Why Time Is Precious In Debt Recovery

A common issue when businesses decide to pursue their customers for unpaid bills is the amount of time that has passed before they get to that stage. Some businesses might leave it for more than a year before they decide to pursue debtors and this often creates some ambiguity into what rights a company has…




CCJ – What Happens After A Judgement In Your Favour?

After you have exhausted all your attempts to recover debts from a company or individual, there is always the final option of taking them to court. For smaller debts business owners opt for the small claims court and this can often result in a judgement issued against the defendant and money being recovered in most…




Is Your Business Prepared For Another Recession?

Recessions are as inevitable as anything else in life and with recent news that debt levels are once again spiralling out of control in the UK, it is only a matter of time before the next one arrives. As a business owner you may well be having a better time of it than in the…