no its a ltd company tax bill for around 25k. i have paid out all company funds to myself as dividends and wages and now the company is in no position to pay its tax. i thought as i had no assets there would be little they could do except make me bankrupt which wouldnt bother me but i now find out i have half this house in trust which will become mine when my mother dies or sells it
really thats good news i thought they could issue a notice of personal liability. i've been afraid to buy anything for fear of them seizeing it or leviing on it or whatever. ive just been fileing their demands in the bin. how should i respond to them the company has ceased trading and has 70 pence in the bank and no other assets at all or should i just ignore them and let them do what ever it is they do under these circumstances
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