Tag: Reduce Late Payment

Small UK Businesses to consider insolvency to escape COVID loans

An article from The Financial Times has revealed that small businesses in the UK are seeking advice on ways to escape dangerous levels of debt built up in government-backed loans during the Covid-19 pandemic, with some considering prepack administrations. Begbies Traynor, the listed restructuring company, said its analysis showed more than half of UK businesses…




Eviction rights explained as notice periods for tenants is slashed

Eviction notice periods are being reduced as notice periods return to pre-pandemic levels. We explain what this means and your rights if you’ve been asked to leave your home. Eviction notices are being slashed as temporary measures in place to protect tenants return to pre-pandemic levels. Extra support was put in place during the Covid…




Which type of businesses usually use a debt collection agency?

Whether it is simply for advice surrounding problem invoices or for an ongoing credit control service, debt collection agencies are used by thousands of businesses of all kinds across the UK. Why do companies use external providers when it comes to debt collection and credit control: Regain time and resource to focus on newer invoices…




CAN LANDLORDS EVICT TENANTS IF THEY HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC?

An article from Property Wire has advised that Landlords who look to evict tenants once the eviction ban ends on August 23rd need to disclose whether a tenant’s circumstances were affected by the pandemic. If the situation isn’t properly investigates and disclosed, judges could throw some cases out of court. The article has said that…




Three-step process

Whatever the size or age of the debt, we can save you time by advising you at the earliest stage about the best way to go about recovering your money. Our three-step process makes understanding debt recovery easy and our aim is to resolve matters before step two. These steps are; 1. Pre-litigation This includes:…




‘Severe arrears’ now just cause for bailiff-enforced evictions

There’s been a further tweak to the eviction controls introduced in England for the duration of the lockdown, lasting until December 2. There has been substantial publicity for what is effectively a ban on evictions, which followed a letter from government to bailiff authorities asking them not to en force possession cases during the lockdown….




Payment holidays are due to end on October 31, but there is still a way to get financial support

Martin Lewis urges people with debt to apply for a payment holiday before the support ends in a few days. Martin Lewis has issued an urgent warning to anyone across the UK struggling with their finances due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Writing in the latest edition of the MoneySavingExpert.com newsletter, the consumer champion had…




Council tax support options explained

COUNCIL TAX, as many bill payers will know, can be a substantial outgoing when it comes to monthly bills. A few weeks ago, the temporary ban on face-to-face collection of debts came to an end – leaving some no doubt wondering what forms of support may be out there. The government’s five-month emergency suspension on…




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…




How to approach rental arrears in a COVID world

In the wake of COVID-19, local councils and housing providers have been jolted into finding new ways of delivering services and interacting with their tenants – especially when it comes to income collection and rent arrears. Increasingly, we’re seeing providers employ innovative strategies while moving from debt recovery to support provision. Behavioural insights tell us…