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How to generate Microentity accounts - paper form?

How to generate and print Microentity accounts?

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Hello,

I need to restore one LTD company which was dissolved by Companies House.
The company was dissolved in 2018 after less than 2 years of activity and bookkeeping of this company was very simple. Microentity accounts for the first year was filled.
Now the company have to sent 4 outstanding accounts together with restoration form and fee. There was no transactions after the first year of activity.
So I need a software / template in which I can fill microentity accounts as in Companies House online filling and print it.
Do you have a solution?

Thank you

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By Leywood
05th Jan 2022 15:06

You say you have clients (earlier comments), so what do you use to produce their accounts?

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By mihol
05th Jan 2022 15:37

We have external accountant for ordinary accountancy, but nowadays he is quite bussy.
The company which should be restore only own share in another company and it has no more transactions. (In the first accounting period it has bought the share and hold it and no transactions after it).

So everything what we need is fill Microentity accounts manualy (like in Companies House WebFiling) and print it and send in paper form. The company has no transactions after first year, but i think it can´t send dormant accounts if it owed a share in another company.

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By Duggimon
05th Jan 2022 15:43

I have a solution, yes, I use accounting software. Presumably this idea has occurred to you so if that's not what you're after, what is it you're looking for?

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By lionofludesch
05th Jan 2022 16:22

Microsoft Word.

Sometimes folk overlook the obvious.

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By zebaa
05th Jan 2022 17:02

Or, Libre Office, which is free.

https://www.libreoffice.org/

Windows & Linux versions there for download & there may be other OS too. No, I'm not connected to them in any way other than I use the software.

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By Paul Crowley
05th Jan 2022 19:58

What a complete failure to do the basic
Is the subsidiary actually worth some money?
best get a professional to fix it
After January

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By carnmores
06th Jan 2022 15:49

why do you need to restore company?

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By tom123
06th Jan 2022 15:57

Presumably because it is the holding company?

Otherwise why would you bother..

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By Hugo Fair
06th Jan 2022 17:13

Well, stated reason is because it "owns share in another company" ...

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By carnmores
06th Jan 2022 18:04

Granted am having a bad day, i wonder is it really necessary to go down this route is there no other?

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By lionofludesch
06th Jan 2022 18:19

carnmores wrote:

Granted am having a bad day, i wonder is it really necessary to go down this route is there no other?

There's not enough information to pass judgment and, if the fella wants to keep his affairs to himself, I suppose that's fine.

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By Hugo Fair
06th Jan 2022 18:30

Yup ...
I don't know if there's a cure for déjà vu - but this site (or rather a number of the OPs) certainly seem to engender that sense in me.

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By mihol
12th Jan 2022 15:52

I think VT Software will be good.

But one thing I'm thinking about.
The company was dissolved for 3 years. The subsidiary was active, but there were no actions about LTD. Is it correct that all outstanding account will be approved and signed nowadays? Or there should be dates releted to relevant periods?

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