We have a Ltd company client, which hasn't traded since COVID but hasn't prepared accounts for 31 December 2018 or later. The company has no funds, the directors are owed a significant amount. We have submitted a striking off, but HMRC objected due to lack of CTRs for 2018, 2019 and 2020. Due to massive accumulated losses bf, there would be no CT liability in any accounts prepared. The registered office is the client's old home address, but they have just advised that they have moved from that property now. No Bounceback Loans.
Now HMRC has objected we are unsure what advice to give. Here are a few possibilities that cross our mind:
- change the registered to our office address to protect the new home address
- prepare CTRs with £NIL liabilities without having prepared full accounts. Maybe we could ask for a small fee to be introduced personally from the directors, to cover this work.
- could the directors just resign, leaving it directorless
Any other suggestions very welcome, and thanks for any feedback.