At Redundancy Claims UK we have over 40 years’ insolvency experience, plus an unrivalled knowledge of the redundancy process thanks to a close working relationship with the Redundancy Payments Service (RPS). We know exactly what goes into making a successful redundancy claim demonstrated by our 94% success rate. We work alongside company directors, accountants, and insolvency practitioners alike, to qualify potential entitlements before leading them through the claims process from start to finish. Here is how Redundancy Claims UK can help you:
Company directors – As well as being a director, it is likely that you are also classed as an employee of your company. Therefore should your company enter liquidation proceedings, you will be entitled to make a claim for redundancy. We can help validate your entitlement and be there with you during the whole process.
Small businesses – We can assist directors and employees of small businesses claim the redundancy they are entitled to should the company become insolvent. At a distressing time, a redundancy pay-out could be a huge lifeline allowing you to move on and plan for the future. You will be given your own dedicated Redundancy Claims UK case manager who will be there to answer any questions you have at any stage of the process.
Insolvency Practitioners – We work alongside a number of insolvency practitioners helping their clients claim redundancy following the liquidation of their company. In some cases the redundancy can be used to fund the liquidation fees, making formal liquidation a realistic prospect for those with no other means of funding the process.
Accountants – Being able to advise your struggling clients on their potential entitlement to claim redundancy from their company ensures you are giving them the whole picture when it comes to deciding on the future of their business. Before recommending they strike off their company, speak to us and discover whether they would be better off formally liquidating in order to allow for a redundancy claim.
Does accepting a new job offer before the date of redundancy prevent a director making a claim for redundancy to the RPS
If you are looking to close your limited company, you may have attempted to strike it off by submitting a DS01 form to Companies House. This process is also sometimes referred to as dissolving or company dissolution.
A Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) is an official procedure whereby a company’s assets are liquidated in order to pay creditors. It’s typically initiated by directors when their company becomes insolvent and there is no hope of business recovery.
May I take this opportunity to thank you and your team for all your professional help in securing for myself and my wife, redundancy pay. I would have no hesitation in recommending RCUK to assist them.Tom Harrison Managing Director of a construction company