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12 Days of Christmas Day 1 – Your Income and Expenditure

Day One – Review What’s Going Out and Coming In  This is the perfect time to analyse your business income and expenditure. Carefully reviewing what you’re paying out for puts you in a good position to make sensible decisions about the things you’re buying on a  regular basis, against the money that’s flowing in. With a year like this [...]

December 8th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

The 12 Days of Christmas – With Love from Rutherfords!

It has been a unique year. Such a lot has changed. Many businesses are facing incredible challenges to stay alive, others are thriving despite the pandemic, finding new avenues to follow and markets to delve into. Against this uncertain landscape, some things remain, reassuringly, the same. There’s plenty you can do to keep your finances afloat, reduce your costs, [...]

December 7th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

CCJ’s – What are they and what can I do about them?

What is a CCJ? A CCJ (County Court Judgment) is a filing that a county court can issue when you owe money to someone. The Court will determine whether you are in debt to this person. If the court finds that you are, they will issue a CCJ which will outline how the debt should be paid back. What [...]

September 9th, 2020|Categories: Bailiffs, CCJ, County Court Judgement, Debts|

Get Your Outstanding Debt Paid Before the End of the Tax Year

Research in early 2020 (https://themoneycharity.org.uk/money-statistics/) revealed how almost two-thirds of working-age Brits – just short of 27 million of us – kicked off the new year in debt. 9 million of those face a personal debt of £2000 to £10000, and almost five million of us owe more than ten grand in loans and credit. At the same time [...]

March 12th, 2020|Categories: Debt Collection, Debts, Financial Year|

Bailiff and Collection Services – 20 tips for 2020

Money. When there’s enough of it flowing in the right direction, all’s well. If there isn’t enough money, you suffer from an interrupted cashflow, or you fall into unexpected debt for some reason, your business – however solid – can soon start to suffer. Financial and physical assets… the same goes for them. If high value items are lost [...]

January 27th, 2020|Categories: Bailiffs, Cashflow, CCJ, Credit Control, Debts, High Court Enforcement, Invoicing|

How to keep yourself safe from seasonal scammers

As the festive season gets closer, we see more scams raising their ugly heads. If you’re in debt right now, have been in debt before or think you’re going to go into debt over Christmas, it makes a lot of sense to protect yourself from criminals. The same goes if you’re simply Christmas shopping online. It makes sense to [...]

December 15th, 2019|Categories: Christmas, Christmas Scamming, Scamming, Uncategorized|
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