If a business is struggling with debt, it may feel like bankruptcy or closing the business is the only option.
Bankruptcy only applies to individual and when it comes to ending the business, it is called Liquidation. When a company can’t pay its debts then it goes into liquidation.
It stops operating and the company assets are sold in an attempt to pay off the debts.
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