Sheryl Armer is celebrating winning the Financial Services category at the EVAs held at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens on Friday night.  Sheryl is personal insolvency manager at Blackpool firm Adcroft Hilton.  The EVAs are the premier awards for women in business in the North West. On hearing of the win, Sheryl thanked her team, and said

  We are very proud once again that we have finalists in the Enterprise Vision Awards.  This year, two of our team have made it as finalists in the Financial Services Category.  A fantastic article has recently been published in Business Lancashire Details of the awards can be found here:  


Wednesday, 05 October 2016 by

We are very proud once again that Sonya Brannigan from our Blackpool Office was a finalist in the Enterprise Vision Awards in the financial services category.  The awards recognise women in business across the North West and to become a finalist is an incredible achievement. In addition, we sponsored the Training and Coaching category

If you’re prone to overspending, here are 5 tips to help you trim your expenses and still enjoy the holidays like there’s no tomorrow! 1. Plan Your Budget Now and Write a List If you haven’t already started, set aside some time today and work out how much money you plan to spend between now

One in eight Britons could struggle to make ends meet this month after spending more than they could afford over Christmas, a charity has warned today. The Money Advice Trust said more than 12 per cent of the 2,000 people polled expected their finances to slip back in January as a result of their spending

  Insolvency practitioners don’t just help businesses, they support individuals facing financial difficulties too. In many cases, their support proves invaluable as they provide a range of options for people to consider, plus solutions that are both realistic and achievable.   This was proved by research conducted by University of Lancaster students, who investigated the

Personal Insolvency – cases rise

Thursday, 29 October 2015 by

The number of people being declared insolvent has risen for the first time in a year, but the total remains lower than much of the past decade. The Insolvency Service said that 19,683 people in England and Wales were made insolvent in the third quarter of 2015. This was up 2.8% on the previous three

The signs to look for when financial advice may be needed for your business: The Company is unable to pay its debts as they fall due. The Company is being chased incessantly for non-payment of bills, and may ultimately receive Statutory Demands, Writs or Winding Up Petitions. Cheques bounce due to lack of funds. Directors

  The signs to look for when personal financial advice may be needed:   Am I paying out more each month than I receive in income?   Am I struggling to pay my bills as and when they fall due?   Am I robbing Peter to pay Paul?   Are the payments that I am

  The Insolvency Service publishes a range of guides to help people understand insolvency, and the various services available to them. Currently most of the documents are only available as Word documents or as a PDF, but the new documents will be available as web based content. Whilst most people should have been able to