Hello. I know there was some other articles about this but a lot of them were quite old. Situation of mine is like this.
In 2016 I opened a LTD company with intention to provide videography services using professional grade drones. It was my passion and hobby and I had some offers and even Sheffield Star coverage, so decided to open business for that purpose. I took HSBC account with allowed overdraft of £5000, as well I even sold my personal vehicle to get funds, which I used to get UAV pilots license(£1800) , liability insurance(£780 a year) and equipment (Drone, video editing equipment etc which alone was around £3600). Surprisingly, despite my efforts, google ads, and trying to push by personally visiting construction and real estate companies to leave my card or a leaflets, I never had a single order. Company hasn't traded at all and it was nothing but a complete loss. Combined with my then health issues and depression, eventually overdraft fees were forcing me to sell out the equipment one by one, so account would not get out of arranged overdraft limits (£5000). Now 4 years in I still try to keep account afloat from my wage, but because of that I can barely get by from paycheck till paycheck. Was hoping that, as someone said "if you will do something you love, you wont have work a day in your life again". Welp, it did not work out. Now I got this £4800 overdraft and limited company, which I was filing every year as dormant using tools on companies house website. Is there any way for me to strike down the company and perhaps the overdraft as well, because this is really getting on my health already and I dont want to do anything rash.
Any advice would be appreciated