If you have a small company that is no longer trading and has a few small debts to HMRC and perhaps trade creditors but no money to liquidate what can you do?
Often the best solution is to seek to dissolve the company from the Companies House register. As long as there are no assets and there are no legal actions, then voluntary dissolution could be a sensible solution.
There are of course rules to follow and the company directors must act properly and keep all company books and records. For a full guide to dissolution click the link below.
Here is a flowchart that makes it a bit easier to follow
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