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I don't know what "strike it off" means? I told them I was operating as a sole trader and not a ltd company. I don't even know what lltd company means as it was my accountant that set it up and made himself secretary. He was doing better from it than me.
When I contacted my accountant in 2009 he basically told me the debt would be written off. But he wasn't very helpful as he lost out on my business. Getting this claim would help get me going again as I lost everything including my marriage, when I had my accident and not earning anything anymore.
I spoke to Inland Revenue today and the guy was very understanding and told me that the computer keeps sending out these bills. He said he would speak to someone and see what can be done. He told me they have all the details on file about me not working from 2008 He said the bills should stop coming to me.
I just checked with "Companies House" and my company is still valid even though it hasn't traded since 2008. To strike it off costs between £600 and £2000. I don't have this money. I have not done any advertising, accounts charged VAT or earned money etc for this company since then. I must admit I am surprised that the company name is ***** ***** live record after this length of time.
Well to strike off is an application fee £10
You could strike it off.
If the Company is dissolved then the debts go with the company
Only if PAYE is owed then would a Director be personally liable
You should apply to strike off - once that is done the debt goes
But in any event you are not responsible for a Company debt
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?