Stanley chief executive Rob Heys says there is a directors’ meeting in London this weekend – but it is not a crisis meeting.
Reds’ directors Ilyas Khan, Peter Marsden, Peter Shaw and Heys will come together after the Wycombe game to talk about the current financial situation at the club and next season.
The club’s other director Dave O’Neill has also been invited.
"It has come about from my comments in the Observer last week about how we are struggling financially due to postponements and the loss of major sponsors in the current financial climate," said Heys.
"There are a lot of things to sort out but it is not a crisis meeting. There are rumours flying around that we owe the tax man £100,000 but the figure is not so high.
"We do owe him one month’s tax – £30,000 – but not the higher numbers which are floating about.
"Obviously with the Southend game being postponed we have lost four home games’ revenue and we are struggling – I have made no secret of that.
"I do like openness and transparency but when incorrect figures are put out it causes more problems for the people at the club.
"We also need to talk about next season and issues such as new contracts for Terry Gornell and Jimmy Ryan among others."