To obtain a "No Assets & No Liabilities" certificate from a Chartered Accountant.You typically need to submit the following documents:
Incorporation Documents: These include the certificate of incorporation, MOA, and AOA.
Financial Statements: Prepare financial statements, including the balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and cash flow statement, for the last two financial years, even if there were no business transactions.
Bank Statements: Provide bank statements covering the relevant period for all company bank accounts to demonstrate the absence of financial activities.
Tax Returns: Submit copies of the company's tax returns for the last two financial years, even if no taxes were payable, to show compliance with tax obligations.
Shareholder and Director Resolutions: Draft resolutions signed by the shareholders and directors, expressing their agreement to dissolve the company and appointing the Chartered Accountant to issue the certificate. Document these resolutions in the company's minutes.
Statutory Registers and Records: Ensure that all statutory registers and records, such as the register of members, register of directors, and minutes of meetings, are up to date and readily available for review.
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