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The HMRC said that I needed to get a Unique Tax Reference before they could process my accounts from Companies House. Companies House said that it was not work pursuing a UTR if the company was due to be struck off. The company has been inactive for about 3 months.
Apologies if I have not been clear enough.
I called the corporation Tax line who said that I needed a UTR for the company that I had registered that would be given to me by Companies house. Companies house said that there was no point in me registering the company for a UTR if I was applying for it to be struck off.
Once the company was struck off I was told the HMRC would not be interested in me submitting accounts, if indeed I could get someone to prepare them.
My concern was that my SA is linked to the company as I was sole director and that I understood that HMRC would not process my SA separately from the company.But how do I do that if my company is struck off?
I have got into a complete muddle on this and do not know how to proceed for the best
I am concerned that my inactivity with the company I have asked to be struck off will lead me into penalty tax for non submission of accounts. Although I have been advised by companies House to do "nothing" and wait to hear that the company has been struck off ( companies house told me the would happen a couple of months after financial year end in April). I m worried that HMRC might take action against my non submission of accounts.
I received an email today saying that I have 7 days of unlimited questions with Just Answer following you response to my tax question.
Are these 7 days of questions free of cost?