Some of the services that Company Debt provides include confidential insolvency advice and formal insolvency procedures. Some of the procedures we can help with include Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation, Members' Voluntary Liquidation, Company Voluntary Arrangements and Company Administration.

To find out how we may be able to help you and your company with the debt troubles you may be experiencing please do not hesitate to contact us at your earliest convenience. We are happy to help.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Confidential Business Debt Advice
  • Voluntary Liquidation
  • Voluntary Arrangements
  • HMRC Negotiations
  • Personal Guarantees

Contact Details

  Person Tony Smith
  City East Finchley
  Postcode N2 8EY
  Address Langley House, Park Rd, East Finchley
  Phone Number 08000 746 757

Business Representative

Tony Smith


Tony has been a director at Company Debt for the best part of ten years. He is very passionate about helping businesses get back on their feet and providing the support they need, in challenging times.

  • I would recommend this business

The Company Debt team have been the most incredible and professional people that I have dealt with. It all happened after a night out when I found a Personal Liabity Notice on my door step, I was devastated my business had major financial problems, I lost millions and I drained all my money, and frankly my mind was all over the place for debts and collectors that I simply couldn’t face. It really felt like there was no way out and I was basically a finished man.

Having paid lawyers, accountants and other organisations to help me, there was nothing they could do, nobody was willing to help and, out of desperation I called JSCO and left a message at about 1am.

Out of my surprise I have received a phone call back the next morning, I was doubtful as many have taken my money and said goodbye, but this time it was different, JSCO not only helped me to talk to the toughest HMRC department but also refereed me to a number of professionals who have helped me and contribute to sort out my situation, the best thing was that they were there for me, answering every text or phone call, support you and of course dealing with the problem and when you are in the situation that I was believe me the only thing you want is people who still see the good in you, I tried again and in one month I have rebuild my business because my confidence was back.
I cannot thank enough Company Debt and all the people who helped me.

A reference is not enough to express my satisfaction the only thing I would say is:
100% best service ever

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Customer Testimonials

We had an unpaid VAT bill of £45K which was keeping us awake at night. With Mike’s help and direction, we negotiated a repayment schedule with HMRC. I would, however, advise any person/company seeking advice, that you be prepared to be able to produce facts and figures and to simply ‘just get on with it’ and do it.

Burying your head in the sand will not make HMRC go away. If you can demonstrate a genuine will to be given a 'breathing space’, then give Mike a call. Every business has its ‘moments’, and we were no different. This is a genuine recommend.

Thanks, Mike and all his team at Company Debt.

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From Our Website

If you're a Ltd company director whose business is struggling to pay its bills and staring down the barrel of an insolvency, you might be concerned that you could be made personally liable for your business debts. One of the main reasons people form a private limited company or an LLP is to limit liability for company debts. However, there are some circumstances in which you can be held personally liable, meaning the responsibility for covering the debt falls to you. In this article, we'll explore the rules, regulations and laws around directorial liability.

If you need help understanding the best way forward for your company, use the live chat during working hours, or call us on 08000 746 757. We've helped 1000's of directors navigate difficult financial circumstances.