• 01 OCT 17
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    Cash flow is likely to suffer due to new debt rules

    Cash flow is likely to suffer due to new debt rules

    The pre-action protocol for debt claims could have severe implications for businesses that are owed money by individuals or sole traders. Amy Richardson discusses the main issues. The protocol comes into effect on 1 October and does not bode well for businesses providing goods and services on credit terms to consumers or sole traders. The

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    • 12 SEP 17
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    Debt recovery: How to manage relationships with debtors

    Debt recovery: How to manage relationships with debtors

    Late payment of invoices is a common cause of cash flow difficulties. Sara Beaumont reveals some effective ways of getting your cash in more efficiently. Why it pays to know your customers The importance of knowing your customers is crucial to ensuring you get your bills paid in full and on time. You should research

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    • 14 NOV 16
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    How to get your customers to pay you quicker

    How to get your customers to pay you quicker

    Late payment of invoices is a common cause of cashflow difficulties. Amy Richardson reveals some effective ways of getting your cash in more efficiently. Why it pays to know your customers The importance of knowing your customers is crucial to ensuring you get your bills paid in full and on time. You should research new

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    • 16 NOV 15
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    How to obtain outstanding debt through insolvency proceedings

    How to obtain outstanding debt through insolvency proceedings

    Following on from the previous blog in WHN’s debt recovery series, regarding attachment of earnings orders, Amy Richardson now explores how to enforce court judgments through insolvency proceedings. In cases where funds are owed to you by a company, individual or a partnership, insolvency proceedings can be issued to enforce a court judgment and attain

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    • 12 OCT 15
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    Increases to bankruptcy petition thresholds will affect debt recovery

    Increases to bankruptcy petition thresholds will affect debt recovery

    The threat of bankruptcy has always been a useful tool when dealing with stubborn debtors but new changes to insolvency proceedings will force creditors to seek other options for low-value debts. Previously when someone has refused to pay, creditors have been able to apply to make a debtor bankrupt for any outstanding debt over £750.

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    • 05 OCT 15
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    Can I recover funds from a debtor’s wages?

    Can I recover funds from a debtor’s wages?

    Following on from the previous blog in WHN’s debt recovery series, regarding bailiffs and enforcement officers, Amy Richardson explores how to enforce court judgments through attachment of earnings orders. While obtaining a judgment from the court means that the debtor legally owes you the debt, the judgment itself doesn’t secure the funds. Once a judgment

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    • 21 SEP 15
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    How to recover debt through bailiffs and enforcement officers

    How to recover debt through bailiffs and enforcement officers

    Following on from the previous blog in WHN’s debt recovery series, regarding charging orders, Amy Richardson explores the legal right to implement court judgments through bailiffs and enforcement officers. While a judgment means that the court has agreed that the debtor legally owes you money, the judgment itself doesn’t collect the payment. Once a claim

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    • 08 SEP 15
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    How to use a charging order to recover outstanding debt

    How to use a charging order to recover outstanding debt

    Following on from the previous blog in WHN’s debt recovery series, regarding third party debt orders, Amy Richardson now shares her top tips on using charging orders to recover outstanding debt. Once a claim for outstanding debt has been made and a judgment is obtained to claim back the money owed to you, there are

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    • 26 AUG 15
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    How to use third party debt orders to recover funds

    How to use third party debt orders to recover funds

    Following on from the previous blog in WHN’s debt recovery series, regarding options for pursuing outstanding funds through the courts, Amy Richardson now shares her top tips on enforcing court judgments. A judgment from the court may be needed in cases where customers have either accepted liability for debt owed or where the defendant has failed

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    • 19 AUG 15
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    The process of issuing court proceedings for outstanding debt

    The process of issuing court proceedings for outstanding debt

    WHN’s, debt recovery expert Amy Richardson explores how debts are recovered through the courts system and shares her top tips for a smooth process. With business trading inevitably comes payment problems, so most business owners are aware of the headache of recovering outstanding funds from customers. The way in which you pursue debt recovery depends

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