When companies go bust, who gets what?

Insolvency in a process that the vast majority of business people will have little direct experience of – which is not bad of course. When a company does go into an insolvency process, the process by which the insolvency practitioner (“IP”) decides who gets what is laid out in legislation, and that order is one of the areas that I spend a lot of my time explaining to those affected by the insolvency.

The Brexit Breakfast Seminar

AAB would like to invite you to join us on Thursday 6th December, 7.30am - 9.30am at The AAB Aberdeen Office, Prime Four Business Park, Kingswells, AB15 8PU for our Brexit Breakfast Seminar.

Epayslips – Have you made the switch?

Technology. It seems to have taken over the world. The mobile phone has become such an integral part of our entire being, that many of us have forgotten life without it.

Don’t let VAT be a cost of doing business in the UK – 13th Directive Claims

One of the most common questions we are asked by our overseas clients when they are looking to do business in the UK is – “Can we recover the VAT we incur in the UK?” 

Addressing key risk areas on potential acquisitions

Potential acquisitions can offer both highly attractive opportunities and key risks that should be carefully considered from the outset, as addressing these key risks early is vital to successfully preserving and maintaining value post completion.

Planning ahead, while you can!

Making decisions on our finances and wellbeing is something most take for granted.  But what if you lose capacity to make these decisions?  Who will make them for you, and what impact could this have on your lifestyle?

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