Usave Money Limited ("the Company") entered into Creditor Voluntary Liquidation on 13 January 2015 and David Emanuel Merton Mond FCA FCCA of Hodgsons, Chartered Accountants was appointed Liquidator at this time.
The Company premises were located at TMG House, Charles Street, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2PH.
All creditor queries of the Company should be directed to Rikki Burton at Hodgsons on 0161 969 2023.
All employee queries of the Company should be directed to Susan Freedman at Hodgsons on 0161 969 2023.
Any former customers of the Company can contact Rikki Burton at Hodgsons for further information on the status of their debt management plan including the whereabouts of any funds paid to the Company. However, the Company has ceased trading with effect from 19 December 2014.
Congratulations to Hodgsons Senior Partner, David Mond, who has been awarded Personal Insolvency Practitioner of the Year 2012.
Now in their fifth successful year, the Insolvency and Rescue Awards are widely regarded by the industry as one of the most prestigious awards scheme in the insolvency and rescue sectors. The judging panel for the category of Personal Insolvency Practitioner of the Year will base their decision on the following criteria:
Here, Rikki Burton, Hodgsons Senior Manager talks about David and why he deserved the award.
“The achievements and contributions David Mond has made to the industry throughout his career are substantial.
David works tirelessly to help people in debt and this award reflects the hard work and dedication David puts into his job. In a recent interview with a local newspaper, David discussed his childhood and the inspiration which led to his decision of going into a career in insolvency and providing a “safe place” for people in debt.”
As one of the founder members of the Joint BBA/Insolvency Service IVA Standing Committee, David has assisted in successfully making the IVA process as smooth and certain as possible for people in debt whilst also being instrumental in drafting the IVA Protocol to ensure a level playing field across all.
Founding member and current Chairman of trade association the Debt Resolution Forum (DRF), David is a key driving force within of the debt solution industry.
Congratulations to David from all of us at Hodgsons.
Free Insolvency Advice Clinic
Hodgsons is pleased to announce the re-introduction of our Free Insolvency Advice Clinic. Our Clinics are open to everyone, and we provide free, face-to-face advice and support. If you would be interested in making an appointment, please get in touch.
Our Free Insolvency Advice Clinic takes place every Thursday between 4pm and 5pm at our offices in Timperley.
Twenty-minute appointments are available with experienced staff members, who can assist with any financial concerns you may have regarding your individual or company affairs.
We appreciate that in the current economic climate, families and businesses are struggling and we are pleased to offer this free service to assist those in the community who need it most.
We are able to provide free advice on the following:
Hodgsons, established in 1971, is an accountancy practice and licensed insolvency practitioners. We have over 40 years’ experience in providing advice to people and companies struggling to manage their finances. We are here to help and believe our free sessions are a great way to help our community.
Appointments must be booked in advance. If you would be interested in booking a free appointment please contact Rikki Burton on 0161 969 2023 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hodgsons Licenced Insolvency Practitioner, Steven Wiseglass, warned readers of leading business magazine, Crain’s, that online bankruptcy proposals could make bankruptcy too easy an option for those suffering from debt.
Representing insolvency trade body, R3, Steven went on to explain that making bankruptcy available online could lead to many opting for an easy solution which in real life terms is not in their best interests.
In the olden days, we used to write letters to each other…..then we emailed, then we texted and now it seems we poke, upload, engage and tweet.
Recognising how social media can help us to help others, we’ve launched the Hodgsons twitter page and will use this as an additional form of communication with people out there in need of impartial advice on their situation. http://twitter.com/InsolvencyQandA
You’ll also see on the right hand side of our blog space, that you can “engage” and contribute to twitter conversations all over the UK discussing debt and insolvency.
And to complete the package, we hope you’ll provide feedback and questions regarding our blog content as well as suggesting subjects you would like us to discuss through this platform.
Long gone are the days when Insolvency Practitioners and Chartered Accountants are sat in plain suits, with dull, monotone voices and straight faces. It’s a new dawn for our sector and one in which we can evolve – bringing information to people who need it, sharing our expertise and building much stronger relationships with you – our clients.