I have filed dormant company accounts until now. The company used a bank account from 2013 so I assumed it would be a micro-entity now.
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There is no maintenance charges control account separate from the company current account. Why not use micro-entity status please?
The company issued five £1 shares at inception, one for each flat in the block. Is this called up share capital?
Thanks for that but I'm no wiser on how to fill out the Micro-entity Balance Sheet. The accounts are really simple. The company account had a £500 opening balance at the start of the reporting year, payments from shareholders of £5,475 into that account and bills paid totalling £1,554 came out of it. The end of year balance being £4,421.
I just need to know which boxes to put those figures in out of:
- "Total fixed assets" (the £5 of shares?)
- "Total current assets" (the £4,421 bank balance at end of period?)
- "Prepayments and accrued income" (the £5,475 income from payments?)
- "Creditors: amounts falling due within one year" (the £1,554 bills paid that year?)
- "Net current assets (liabilities)" (same as "Total current assets"?)
- "Accruals and deferred income" (same as "Total current assets"?)
To fill in the Companies House form as quickly as possible as I am already overdue.
Stephen, thank you for your reply.I will revert to you with some figures later tonight.Can you possibly give me the figures you had entered in last year's balance sheet.Many thanks