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March 7, 2014 0

On a number of occasions recently, company directors have contacted us because of problems they have experienced when they tried to dissolve their companies.

All the companies had ceased trading – in one case 3 years earlier. However, the Revenue had objected to the companies being dissolved because they were still owed money. In one case the amount owing to the Revenue was a relatively small sum of £1,500.

Having spoken to their Accountant, the directors had called us because they wanted to put their companies into Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) to get the matter dealt with formally.

This is a tougher stance from the Revenue, but we were able to help with the CVLs.

If you have come up against a similar situation, we can help you too.


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