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Insolvencies falling?



For once I have posted some good news…

But why has the rate of insolvencies in the UK slowed? Usually it is the tail end of recession where business failures peak.

Any suggestions?

Would be nice to have a few responses. I am open minded about this, but perhaps the continuing support from the HMRC (am i correct?) and banks keeping an eye on their PR allied to low rates are just keeping a few heads above water. The risk remains very high of course and certain sectors are really struggling (Travel being a prime example).

A lot of very intelligent and experienced people read this blog, so lets hear from you…

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