Unmanageable debt is crippling. A director struggling to deal with unmanageable debt is unable to operate at the level they normally would., which often makes their situation even worse.
Directors don’t know all the options available to them, or how those options can be applied to their specific circumstances, and as their accountant, solicitor or turnaround adviser you have enough to do without researching all this for them. So you’re likely to fall back on what you are most familiar with – insolvency for the business and debt advice services for the director.
The result is a solution that is more painful than it needs to be. A business in trouble usually ends up in liquidation. You lose a client, sometimes several clients.
At James Rosa Associates we do our very best to help you get the best possible solution for your client.
We offer a free, no-obligation consultation where we educate your client on all the available options. We help them to look beyond their present circumstances to include their future plans, so they can make a fully informed decision on what to do next.
They can choose to act on this information themselves, or engage us to do so on their behalf. We use our considerable experience, plus the details of their specific case, to build a commercial argument for debt reduction that creditors are likely to accept. This often makes us the most cost-effective solution for creditors too, since they may avoid litigation.
You’ll know you’ve done the very best you can for your client, without any conflict of interest.
We increase the chances of financial survival for your clients and for their business. They get to start again. Which means that you get to keep a personal and a business client who is likely to become a loyal advocate for you.
“My accountant referred me to Julian Donnelly … His advice and handling of the whole matter was outstanding” M.B. – Kent
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