Hi. I have recently noticed an increase in the number of objections raised by HMRC (and by others?) against compulsory strike off action by Companies House. In those cases the directors took no action to file confirmation stnt or accounts (dormant companies). In some cases the objections are justified but in others they are not (in one case HMRC staff told me they didnt know the reason for the objection!). The problem is if you advise a client to do nothing, they may end up with substantial penalties for late filing (both from HMRC and Conpanies House). Has anyone else experienced this and what do you think? Thanks.
23rd Sep 2021
Unusual increase in number of objections by HMRC
against company closures?
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