Does a CT600 and accounts need to be submitted

Morning all, I have a client who let his company get struck off by not filing accounts. The accounts in question show no taxable profits, but they are trading nonetheless (final period upto cessation). Does a CT600 need to be submitted, notwithstanding that the company no longer exists? If there was tax payable what would be the position (although no funds with which to pay)?

Thanks.

 

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Who would pay your bill?

Anonymous |

Yes, but, no, but...

Anonymous |

Who would sign the accounts and the CT600?

Anonymous |

where any assets frozen, seized?

neutru |

No assets frozen

Anonymous |

yes....telll HMRC

stgreg |

Money Laundering

Anonymous |

Oops!

Anonymous |

Striking off before submitting final accoutns and CT600

Anonymous |

Confusion?

41115BARRI |
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and if the assest are less than £4k?

Anonymous |

Form 652A and creditors

Anonymous |