Company Voluntary Arrangements – CVAs
If you’re looking for ways to repay your creditors without going into liquidation, we’re here to help. Here at TaxGone we’re specialists in assisting with the preparation of CVAs – one of the potential solutions to your company debt problems.
Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) are a form of insolvency which can offer your company a lifeline during hard times. A CVA is a legally binding agreement with your creditors which can help relieve pressure for repayments by setting up a structured repayment process covering part of all of your debts. Once the CVA is finished, your remaining debts are simply written off. This can help with cash flow difficulties, allow you to meet your overhead costs, and help keep you afloat. With more than 2,000 Company Voluntary Arrangements set up by our expert staff here at TaxGone, we’re confident that we can help you and your company today.
Free CVA Advice in Plain, Simple English
We believe the most important part of the insolvency process is clear communication between everyone involved. We’re dedicated to offering friendly, expert advice that your company needs today, but in plain and simple English which makes the process as quick and painless as possible. Whether you’re a director of an SME or a shareholder of a medium sized business, our expert consultants have years of experience in re-scheduling corporate tax arrears and trade debts.
We also offer assistance with the Adjournment of Winding up Petitions, and should you decide to liquidate your company, we can prepare the paperwork for either a Creditors Voluntary Liquidation or a Members Voluntary Liquidation. Whatever you’re looking for with regard to your company debt problems, TaxGone is here to offer the free, expert advice you’re looking for. If you have any questions about how Company Voluntary Arrangements can help your business, please feel free to contact a member of our expert team on 01302 815846 today.