Hello and welcome to the site.You had originally requested that I help you with your question.I note another expert has answered the question.This is my opinion and you may wish to take things on board. If you wish to continue with the other expert, please let me know...I think you ought to revisit your balance sheet too.It is not normal to have state stationery and technical materials as fixed balance sheet. They are revenue expenditure items.Also you state your stock is £3. This is similar to the called up share capital. I am surprised you have such low stock figure. What is the nature of your business.
Wages to directors is a profit and loss item. It would be added to creditors only if these wages remain unpaid at year end.You say this is the format you used last year and there was no query. You should bear two things in mind.. Companies House would - accept accounts provided the arithmetic is correct;- not challenge if you have wrongly classified expenditure (revenue as capital).Please let me know if you need additional help.Many thanks