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    Providing a full range of turnaround, insolvency and business advisory services.

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cliffordstowerRedman Nichols Butler provides a full range of turnaround, insolvency and business advisory services to directors of limited companies, partnerships and individuals.

We offer a without obligation initial meeting for up to a day, free of charge at a client’s premises or our offices in Driffield, Scunthorpe or York at which the client’s financial circumstances will be reviewed and advice given.

For further information, or to arrange a free initial consultation, please contact Stella Flemmings and she will make you an appointment with one of our insolvency professionals.

Alternatively, please complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you within 24 hours.

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  • HMRC’s penalty shoot-out Rangers – football clubs beware!

    The Supreme Court have, after a seven year legal battle, made a ruling in the legal dispute between Rangers and HMRC over unpaid tax.

    The decision, which ruled in favour of HMRC, could have far reaching effects on football clubs which have used tax-free loans to pay players, managers and directors.  In Rangers case the unpaid tax bill will be more that £47m.


  • Is a friend or member of your family in debt?

    It is reported that up to 10% of the population are experiencing debt problems.

    Many people who are in debt feel ashamed about it and therefore would rather push their problems under the carpet rather than talk about it, even with a close friend or family member.


  • Boris Becker – in the wrong Court!

    Former tennis ace Boris Becker has been declared bankrupt.

    Although lawyers acting for Becker asked the Registrar, Christine Derrett, for more time to pay a long standing debt to private bankers Arbuthnot Lathan & Co, she refused stating that there was no credible evidence that Becker would be in a position to repay this historic debt and that he had acted like ‘a man with his head in the sand’.


  • Prison for dodgy director!

    Scott Kidd from Leicester, who was already subject to a disqualification order, has had the first ever Serious Crime Prevention Order imposed on him.

    In 2011 Scott Kidd was sentenced to 6 years for theft and carrying on a business with the intention to defraud members of the public. He was also disqualified from being a company director for 10 years.