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The number of retailers falling into administration in 2012 increased for the third year running, up by 6% compared with 2011, according to


Keith Steven, turnaround expert and managing director of KSA Group warned that the introduction RTI may lead to an incr


Comet stores will open their doors for the last time today, as administrators from Deloitte wind up the electrical retailer after almost 80 years in business.

Former chief executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Eric Anstee, has raised concern over invoice finance and insolvency industry collusion.

The number of retailers going out of business in the second quarter jumped up by more than 10%, according to recent figures from PwC.


Sports finance specialist Alex Miller looks back over the Rangers FC case to analyse what went wrong and what will happen next at the Glasgow club.


HMRC has refused Charles Green’s proposed company voluntary arrangement (CVA), which means the Ibrox club will go into liquidation within the next few days.


The case of former Bond Partners director Theodoulos Papanicola, who was banned last month


Debt advisory firm Fairpoint Group has received £9m from HMRC in respect of VAT w