The Bounce Back Loan is designed to inject much needed cashflow to businesses to get the cogs of the economy moving again. If your limited company cannot bounce back, and has to close down, what happens? Well, usually bank borrowing is underpinned by a director’s personal guarantee which results in you having to repay the debt, when you’ve just lost your income. Ouch!
The BBL is different. As a director, you DO NOT give a personal guarantee to repay the debt. So, if your business doesn’t bounce back, and has to close, you are personally NOT responsible for the debt. This is not normal, but is GREAT NEWS for directors; you are not personally at risk.
The workshop highlighted the statistics and the practical steps that can be taken to help protect your future, and accumulating too much of the wrong kinds of debt
- Whilst you cannot predict the future, you can prepare for it
- What is the #BounceBackLoan and how you could benefit from it?
- Who is eligible for the Bounce Back Loan?
- What are the risks of taking on (more) debt?
- Insights into the Application process?
If you need more information on the bounce back loan visit our earlier post below.
We have uploaded 2 downloadable Factsheets onto our Covid19 Business Hub on our website for both Companies and Self Employed providing information on what you can do to help your business through these uncertain times
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