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Bankruptcy U turn for postmasters?

In 1999 the Post Office introduced software called Horizon which was used for transactions and accounting etc. Sub-postmasters soon realised there was anomalies in the software which was causing their accounting to be wrong. Hundreds of sub-postmasters were convicted of theft and some even went to prison, many were declared bankrupt. Campaigners have now won […]

Debt Management Vulnerability Toolkit

In an attempt to treat vulnerable debtors appropriately without being unfair to taxpayers, the Government created the Fairness Group in 2016. The Fairness Group then created a sub-group called the Vulnerability Sub Group, which was intended to look at how vulnerable debtors were identified and supported. The Vulnerability Sub-Group in turn created The Vulnerability Toolkit which […]

RNB Real Life Seminars!

We still have some places left at our free tax seminars. Gary Brothers from Independent Tax is talking about some recent tax tribunal cases and what we can learn from them to help clients. Dates and locations for the seminars as follows: Thursday 23 September, Bowcliffe Hall, Wetherby – 8.30 – 10.00am Thursday 23 September, Scarborough […]

Redman Nichols Butler – Insolvency Case Administrators wanted

Redman Nichols Butler is an independent and forward thinking insolvency and business recovery professional practice, with offices in Driffield, York, Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Hull. We are a leading firm in the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire region providing our services to the SME marketplace by our vibrant and experienced team of insolvency professionals. We invite candidates with […]

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Disqualification for car parts pair

The two directors of car parts company, Concorde Tyre & Exhaust Centres Limited, Adam Hughes and Andrew Wood, have both been disqualified for 13 years and 12 years respectively. The Insolvency Service found that the pair had provided false documents to secure loans of more than £176k from an asset finance company. In addition, they […]

Bailiffs – play nicely!

Bailiffs are now allowed out again, even though they have been told not to shout at anybody! Charities are putting pressure on the Government to set up a new independent body, the Enforcement Conduct Authority (ECA) to ensure bailiffs stop pursuing debtors aggressively.  They argue that debtors are under enough pressure from the effects of […]

Redman Nichols Butler – Office professionals required

Redman Nichols Butler is an independent and forward thinking insolvency and business recovery professional practice.  With offices in Driffield, York, Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Hull, we are a leading firm in the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire region providing our services to the SME marketplace by our vibrant and experienced team of insolvency professionals. We invite candidates to […]

Office Assistant

I am looking for an office assistant for our Driffield office. If any of you know of somebody looking for a position, just give them my details! For more information on bankruptcy, liquidation, administration and all the other insolvency procedures, or should you or your company be facing financial difficulties and you need to chat, […]

Directors – employees or not?

When a limited company enters into liquidation, the liquidator sends all the correct information to the employees for them to complete their claim to the Redundancy Payments Office (RPO). What about the directors?  For a director to be able to claim redundancy payments they must meet certain criteria, for example; They must be on the […]

RNB – Real life seminars!!

Now that we can see each other in real life, we are putting on a series of seminars.  We have Gary Brothers from Independent Tax talking about some recent tax tribunal cases and what we can learn from them to help clients. Dates and locations for the seminars as follows: Wednesday 22 September, York City […]