Can your company file Dormant Company Accounts?

 

dcaFirst up, let’s define what a dormant company is. In the words of Companies House:

“A company is dormant if it has had no “significant accounting transactions” during the accounting period. A “significant accounting transaction” is one which the company should enter in its accounting records.

The amount paid for shares on the formation of a company and a few costs that the company may incur in order to keep the company registered at Companies House do not count as significant accounting transactions”

A company can not file dormant company accounts (DCA’s) via the Companies House webfiling template (or via our service) if:

• it has ever traded
• ever filed the SH01 document

If your company can not file dormant company accounts, we strongly recommend contacting an accountant or business advisor.

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