Are you joining us for our next Business Breakfast Update?
After our recent Business Breakfast event at the Macron Stadium a couple of months ago, there was a lot of positive feedback from those who joined us – particularly around the hot topic at the time (which is still widely discussed), overdrawn directors’ loan accounts.
At the next event, scheduled for 02 November, we’ve included a few other hot topics that we’ve been discussing with accountants.
Firstly, Ben Cowgill will discuss the current approach from government bodies regarding pursuing business owners, and their inconsistent approach – particularly as to those they choose to pursue and those they don’t, including some case studies where they’ve honed in and chosen to make an example of individuals.
Ben will then compare and contracts two case studies, showing the gulf of difference between the two, and comparing the interest shown by HMRC and the Insolvency Service.
He’ll also touch open the removal of Insolvency Practitioner’s opinion when presenting a suggested outcome to these bodies, and how the concluding forms are merely a tick box exercise, removing the IP’s professional opinion entirely.
Craig Johns will cover the Members’ Voluntary Liquidation in light of the insolvency rule changes, and explain how the process can be called upon by accountants as a tax-efficient vehicle, including cases where an MVL would and would not be appropriate.
We’ll also give a quick introduction to our Director of Business Funding, Benjamin Day. He’ll explain the rise of the alternative funding market, dispelling a few myths along the way, and providing a quick snapshot on those which are currently getting a little attention.
Ben will also give a snapshot of the funding market, and explain the recent change in attitude towards an adviser/ broker led service, moving away from the historic product-led approach.
All the above, a bacon butty and you’ll still be back at your desk for 10am. We hope to see you at the event- book on to our Bolton breakfast event.
If you’ve a burning question or want some clarification on an insolvency point please don’t hesitate to let us know and we’ll make sure it’s covered.
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The information was correct at time of publishing but may now be out of date.