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Accounts Filing Deadline

In recent years a company was able to apply for a three-month extension to their accounts filing deadline under provisions brought in by the Covid-19 restrictions, where it was felt a deadline would not be met.

Companies House have now removed this provision. However, you can still apply for an accounts filing deadline extension. Extensions can still be made in certain circumstances, such as where a deadline may not be met through an event which is outside of the company’s control, for example unexpected illness or a fire.

These extensions are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and are not guaranteed to be approved, detailed information and supporting documents must be provided when applying for an extension.

You can find out more and apply for an extension here.

We have a team of experts who are happy to help. Get in touch, we’re here to help.

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