A company considering voluntary liquidation is closing because it’s unable to pay its debts.
Remember – It’s a terminal process for the business – it will cease to exist after liquidation so be absolutely sure that this is the way to proceed. Also, consider whether you want to buy the assets back, as this will be another cost for you to factor in.
Company liquidation has to be carried out by a licensed Insolvency practitioner as it’s a formal, legal insolvency process.
The size of the business being liquidated and other factors including how much is owed to creditors, how many there are and if the business has any assets and their value will all influence the process.
Complete our liquidation calculator below to instantly discover how much it would cost to liquidate a company.
The calculator takes into account your assets, as well as how many separate creditors you owe money to , whether you’ve made any personal guarantees and additional consideration such as if you’ll require any assistance with redundancies.
Move the sliders below to work out what you’ll owe and it will give you a comprehensive snapshot of what the cost of a voluntary liquidation will be.
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