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If your business is struggling and you are thinking of closing it down, the Marchford team can help clear all of your business debts while taking away the hassle and worry that comes with trying to navigate what can be a minefield, putting your mind at ease in the process.
We take care of everything necessary to get your business closed in the most suitable and cost-effective way.
Our team has combined 40-plus years of experience in supporting company directors and is made up of trained accountants, arrears experts and customer success managers who work hard on your behalf to make sure that you are looked after and get the results you want.
We have a long, proven track record of helping directors close their limited companies. When working with Marchford you can be sure that our team really does care and do our utmost to make the experience a good one.
We professionally and correctly handle the closure of your company, helping maintain your integrity as a director.
Minimising the impact on company and personal assets is one of our priorities for the clients we work with.
We take control of your limited company and deal with all creditors on your behalf directly and professionally.
Our fees are fixed so that you always know exactly where you are. There are no nasty surprises. Ever!
If you’d like to speak to one of our team regarding closing a limited company, you can request a callback for a free and confidential consultation. Alternatively, you can request a quote online by completing our one minute quote form.
If you are looking to close a company in the UK, you have two main options. We can help guide you through the process.
There are lots of reasons why a company dissolution may be the best option for you. The business may no longer serve its purpose, or perhaps it is simply sitting dormant.
If your business cannot pay what it owes, then it is insolvent and you may find that liquidation best suits your individual company circumstances.