Dormant Company Accounts Example

Dormant Company Accounts need to be filed at Companies House each year.  Dormant Company Accounts are made up of a balance sheet and declaration by the Directors that the Company met the Dormant Company Status Requirements.

Dormant Company Accounts Example

A typical example Dormant Company Accounts may only contain the following two entries:

Unpaid share capital £1

Shareholders Funds £1

Step by Step Guide to Filing Dormant Company Accounts and Tax Return

My step by step guide walks you through the process of filing Dormant Company Accounts with Companies House and includes screen shots of an example Dormant Company set of Accounts.  In addition, the guide includes a letter template for you to use so you can notify HMRC of Dormant Company Status.

Penalties for missing the Companies House and HMRC filing deadlines start at £100 each, so make sure you don’t miss the deadlines.

What is a Dormant Company

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