Get a quote

HMRC Insolvency

Contact Us

Dealing with HMRC Insolvency is never a straightforward matter. There are a multitude of issues that need to be addressed, and there are as many different forms as there are people to keep in the loop.

Thankfully, we can help to take much of the sting out of this emotional process by offering professional advice on your best course of action.

Contact Our Team

If you need advice on liquidators, administrators, how to deal with HMRC, winding up petitions or CVAs then visit our site at for more information.

Alternatively, if you would like a FREE quote on how we can tailor a package for your business, complete the enquiry form by clicking here and we will be in touch to let you know how we can help take the strain out of insolvency and make the transition as smooth as possible. 

HMRC Enforcement and Insolvency

If your business, or you personally, have reached a point where your debts have outstriped your income and you have no credible way of paying your creditors, then this may be the only solution left available.

There are many different types, including voluntary administration, creditors voluntary liquidation, receivership and court liquidation to name but a few.

The current state of your finances will determine which option is the most appropriate course of action to proceed with, and the ensuing HMRC enforcement and insolvency is a tricky minefield to navigate.

This is where we, as local IPs, come in. We at Insolvency Practitioners Near Me have the expertise to analyse the situation from a neutral point of view and offer the best possible guidance.

We can advise you at every step of the way; who needs to be informed, what paperwork needs to be filed, and what practices need to be adhered to.

When a business is facing this type of debt then we try to focus on the most important aspect of an insolvency; the human factor.

Most of the time there are a lot of employees who need to know what is happening so they can plan their immediate futures with the minimum amount of disruption. We try to make them a priority so that the process is a pain-free as possible for all involved. 

HMRC Insolvency Department

The HMRC Insolvency department need to be informed of the situation if you or your company are entering into proceedings.

This is basically to show them that you are struggling financially but are trying to sort things out to the best of your ability and are proceeding via the proper channels. More importantly, it also shows them that you are not trying to cheat HMRC out of any income.

If you are looking for a nearby IP to help guide you through the process and ensure that HM Revenue & Customs are satisfied with how you are conducting yourself, then get in touch with us now.

We can offer a level head, a wealth of experience and the qualifications required to set a process in place. We will only be too pleased to guide you through this difficult time and make sure that everything proceeds according to HMRC standards.

Find Out More

HMRC Insolvency Manual

The HMRC Insolvency manual is a text published by the Government to provide service staff with assistance in dealing with the administrative side of an insolvency.

These guidelines are used to make proceedings move along more smoothly, and an abridged version is available for the general public to browse.

However, this version of the manual does not usually contain the most up-to-date information, whereas we have access to the unabridged, up-to-date version.

This document proves to be an indispensable part of dealing with HM revenue and customs debt and it helps us to help you.

Regardless of which form we recommend for you, the guidelines laid down by the manual ensure that nothing is missed out, all legal obligations are settled and that the proceedings can happen without interference.

HMRC Advice

For the best HMRC advice in your surrounding area speak to us and let us help you figure out what to do next. In order for Insolvency to be granted it is a legal requirement that an IP takes charge of the proceedings.

We have a vast amount of experience dealing with both personal and business insolvency cases and would use this experience to provide a bump-free transition, regardless of how complicated the situation may first appear to be.

There are criteria that have to be met in order for the Insolvency to be approved. This may involve informing board members, putting the proposal to a vote amongst shareholders, notifying various creditors and noting down any assets that are available to be sold to pay for your debts.

We can give you expert advice on all this and more, so get in touch today and let us deal with the HM Revenue & Customs technicalities for you.

What is HMRC Insolvency?

So, what is HMRC Insolvency? This is where HMRC organises your VAT payments in the event of insolvency. They will work out how much VAT you owed HMRC just before it is officially declared.

Regardless of what has happened to make you or your business insolvent, you still have to pay VAT. By keeping them abreast of the situation they can provide you with an accurate figure of how much you owe, and you also fulfill all of your legal obligations too.

Contact Us

If you want to find out where your closest practitioner for HMRC Insolvency is based then contact us now.

Given that there will be a hundred other things to occupy your mind while you are sorting out your finances, we as your IPs can keep track of proceedings, inform the right people, and ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible.

Trust us to take charge and get the best possible outcome for you or your business. 

Get In Touch

Get a quick quote

We aim to get back to you in 1 working day.

Skip to


Other locations available for hmrc insolvency
Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Antrim Ards Argyll and Bute Armagh Ballymena Ballymoney Banbridge Bedfordshire Belfast Berkshire Blaenau Gwent Bridgend Bristol Buckinghamshire Caerphilly Cambridgeshire Cardiff Carmarthenshire Carrickfergus Castlereagh Ceredigion Cheshire City of Edinburgh Clackmannanshire Coleraine Conwy Cookstown Cornwall County Durham Craigavon Cumbria Denbighshire Derbyshire Derry Devon Dorset Down Dumfries and Galloway Dundee City Dungannon East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire East Riding of Yorkshire East Sussex Essex Falkirk Fermanagh Fife Flintshire Glasgow City Gloucestershire Greater Manchester Gwynedd Hampshire Herefordshire Hertfordshire Highland Inverclyde Isle of Anglesey Isle of Wight Isles of Scilly Kent Lancashire Larne Leicestershire Limavady Lincolnshire Lisburn London Magherafelt Merseyside Merthyr Tydfil Midlothian Monmouthshire Moray Moyle Na h-Eileanan an Iar Neath Port Talbot Newport Newry and Mourne Newtownabbey Norfolk North Ayrshire North Down North Lanarkshire North Yorkshire Northamptonshire Northumberland Nottinghamshire Omagh Orkney Islands Oxfordshire Pembrokeshire Perth and Kinross Powys Renfrewshire Rhondda Cynon Taf Rutland Scottish Borders Shetland Islands Shropshire Somerset South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire South Yorkshire Staffordshire Stirling Strabane Suffolk Surrey Swansea The Vale of Glamorgan Torfaen Tyne and Wear Warwickshire West Dunbartonshire West Lothian West Midlands West Sussex West Yorkshire Wiltshire Worcestershire Wrexham