New regulations which are due to come into effect on 30 April 2021 will impose additional obligations on connected person purchasers in administrations.
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Changes will need to be made to Statement of Insolvency Practice 16 with limited advance notice due to new legislation.
The ASA recently ruled on two cases that could affect IPs who take IVA appointments from debt advisers, National Direct Service t/a Step Debt Support and Fidelitas Group Ltd t/a writeoffmydebt.com. You will need to search on those names to read the detail of the findings.
The Insolvency Service has issued guidance regarding obligations under the Insolvency Code of Ethics for advertising, marketing and promotional activity when taking new IVA appointments.
HMRC has advised us that the Cardiff, Edinburgh and Newcastle helplines are now open.
HMRC has closed all helplines across its Debt Management’s EIS teams until further notice. Practitioners with particularly urgent cases, for example administrations that are about to close should contact ICAEW and we will liaise with HMRC.
8 December: In these uncertain economic times many organisations will be looking for support in restructuring their business. Ryan Grant, partner at BDO, says accountants looking for a new challenge can use their skills to make a difference and develop their career.
IPs are experiencing problems as HMRC updates its IT systems to gradually migrate customers' VAT records to a new platform. HMRC announced that the updates have triggered 'issues and resulting delays' for IPs who are notifying insolvency, submitting paper returns, requesting repayments or awaiting confirmation that all matters are concluded. HMRC apologised and said that in matters of urgency customers could contact R3 or their representative body.
To help clear the backlog of correspondence, HMRC has issued some guidance on avoiding duplication post and IVA claim requests.
Running a business has always been a challenge, but the global pandemic has been one of the toughest that company directors have encountered.
Dear IP 108 issued on 28 August advised IPs that from 1 September 2020, users would be able to upload all insolvency statutory forms directly to Companies House using the 'Upload a document to Companies House' service.
QAD’s Alison Morgan has devised a quiz for IPs and their staff to supplement training on the new moratorium provisions. It’s already had great feedback from firms and a compliance provider, why not test your team’s knowledge now?
Q&A from the July 2020 pan RPB webinar about the monitor role presented by Paul Bannister of the Insolvency Service
Here's the Q&A from the joint RPB webinar on the new monitor role which took place on 7 July. Some of these questions were answered during the webinar but Paul didn't get chance to answer all of the questions submitted, and has kindly provided responses to those that weren't addressed at the time.
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We all have the same common goals for our business: deliver great customer service, offer fantastic welfare to our staff, and be as efficient and profitable as possible. But with the changing landscape of technology and regulatory compliance some challenges have been thrown up for businesses to navigate.
Want to improve your team’s insolvency knowledge? Remote Certificate in Insolvency invigilation could be the answer
Our business recovery and insolvency profession is expecting one of its busiest periods since the recession of the early 90s. ICAEW has recently been asked by various firms, how easy is it for staff in different disciplines to transfer to recovery and insolvency departments to ease the expected resource constraints?
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