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Online Liquidation Company’s Website Completely Revamped For Ease Of Use

Posted Nov 30, 2014 by azeene
Company Liquidation Services has just launched a brand new website to make their liquidation services even easier to use.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Nov 30, 2014 -- LEEDS, UK – Company Liquidation Services has just launched a brand new website to make their liquidation services even easier to use. After a successful first year, Company Liquidation Services has surpassed all their business expectations and created a new website to accommodate current and future customers’ needs even more than they did before.

Company Liquidation Services is a UK-based professional, low cost company liquidations service that communicates with clients mainly online, filling a current need in the market. Having launched a year ago with its sister site, CVA Specialists, Company Liquidation Services has already proven that the world of accountancy is changing for entrepreneurs to take advantage of.

The new website offered by Company Liquidation Services is extremely simple to use, offering a quick three step process that can be done in minutes. First, the user simply fills in basic company details such as name, e-mail, and company name. Second, the user gives a broad estimation of assets and liabilities using an online slider system. Finally, the user receives an instant quotation for cost effective online company liquidation.

Company Liquidation Services has experts on staff that give professional liquidation advice for people in any kind of situation. Their experience includes years of dealing with liquidations of all sizes and types of companies in various industries. Company Liquidation Services ensures that their clients are not going to be subjected to confusing language or legalities, and will be guided through the complex process of company liquidation in a simplified manner.

Liquidation is a process companies undergo in order to bring about an end to the company and redistribute the assets and property of the company. There are two types of liquidation: compulsory and voluntary. Directors and shareholders of a company can initiate a voluntary liquidation, at which point the company will generally cease to continue business operations. However, the initial stages of liquidation do not close the company outright, as it will continue to exist in a protected state to allow an appointed liquidator to collect assets and settle obligations and liabilities. The obligations of directors are ended upon the appointment of a liquidator. After the liquidation is initiated, directors typically have no further involvement in the liquidation or the company. Upon the completion of a company liquidation, the company is removed from the register at Companies House and ceases to exist. The process usually takes around six to eight months to complete.

Directors and shareholders typically have limited liability in regard to company debts. Personal guarantees with banks, landlords, finance companies, and so on, have to be handled separately from the company. Directors often face no direct risks from liquidating their company.

Online liquidation is a quick, efficient, and cost-effective alternative to its offline alternative. By starting the liquidation process online, a company can begin the liquidation process immediately. Company Liquidation Services has advisors to talk to clients at any stage in the online process. CLS’s advisors offer their clients relevant advice in regards to the company liquidation process.

If your company is in need of liquidation, you can start the process quickly and easily by visiting

Company Liquidation Services
3 Park Square East

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Last Updated : Nov 30, 2014

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