In order to complete our duties as liquidator, we will need to incur additional costs.
Companies registered in Scotland have a different statutory advertising cost, please contact us to find this out.
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|Three statutory Advertisements The Notice of Appointment of the Liquidator. Winding Up Resolutions. Notice to Creditors to Submit Claims.|
Three statutory advertisements are required in the London Gazette at £76.20 + VAT each.
|£228.60 + VAT|
|Document management fee|
Licensing for storage of electronic documents.
|£8.43 + VAT|
|Bank transfer fee per shareholder’s distribution|
Admin transaction fee per bank transfer.
|Storage of books & records per box|
Records must be held for the lifetime of the case and for 12 months following dissolution.
|£80 + VAT|
|Collecting company books and records|
Costs incurred for collecting the Company’s books and records. At cost by courier, price to be confirmed based on location and quantity.
|Price based on location & quantity + VAT|
|Liquidator’s insurance bond - based on asset value|
Cost of the insurance bond is based on the value of assets that the company has.
|Between £25,000 to £50,000||£74|
|Between £50,000 to £100,000||£110|
|Between £100,000 to £250,000||£168|
|Between £250,000 to £500,000||£256|
|Between £500,000 to £1,000,000||£336|
|Between £1,000,000 to £2,000,000||£650|
|Between £2,000,000 to £3,500,000||£800|
If your company is VAT registered, we can reclaim the VAT on our fees & disbursements, so shareholders will only pay the net cost.