A survey by trade body CGA showed that one in five firms are at significant risk of insolvency or expected insolvency with a year and little over half of the businesses surveyed believe there is a slight risk of insolvency in the not so distant future
Recent figures released by the ONS reveal that one in ten businesses admit a moderate risk of insolvency as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic with a further 1 % considering that risk to be “severe”.
Making a valid Will is extremely important to ensure your wishes are met when you are no longer here.
The Coronavirus Act 2020 came into force on 26 March 2020 and introduced a raft of measures designed to protect those made more vulnerable by the economic fallout from the pandemic.
As we all know, 2020 has been a tough year for the vast majority of businesses, particularly small and medium sized businesses.
In an earlier blog in our series, we highlighted the introduction of insolvency protection measures through the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020
As reported recently, the demand for new homes is increasing and the average property price has now reached a record high of £320,600. Keebles Senior Associate Bonita Wolfenden, explains why the rece...
The Government has announced that it will introduce a temporary change in the law to allow wills to be witnessed using video technology during the coronavirus pandemic.