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    Full accounts requested - Treasurer avoiding me!

    Just joined PMC as Director and CS and on checking the documents handed to me for storage, there is a massive gap from 2010 to now! I have managed to find through other directors the meetings minutes for the past 9 years, however I am struggling to be given the full accounts. When I ask, I am told I do not need them and the accounts have been provided, which are abbreviated accounts!

    A large amount of money was bequeathed to the PMC when a previous director died, but there are some questions on what it has been spend on by other residents and the directors will not answer questions. As the new CS I am being asked daily!!

    I also found that they missed lots of tax deadlines, 8 x 100 pound fines in the past 8 years. I am trying to get on top of this so the accountnat has everything they need to submit the account information in time this year. Yet I am told by the other directors that it is not due until October 2020. I have explained that this is why they have had missed payment penalties in the past 8 years!

    Is there a way to find out who the accountant is and have them forward me the information I have requested? So I can then provide the information to the other shareholders of PMC.

    Thank you.

    #2
    You should visit the Companies House website and look at the filed information for previous years under your company's records. You may find the name of your accountant in those past records.

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      #3
      Thank you.

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        #4
        The directors changed in 2014 and then got
        Total exemption small company accounts
        Been filing Micro accounts since - as a shareholder and Company Secretary and director am I entitled to see the bank statements if they do not have full accounts?
        Thank you.

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          #5
          If you are listed as director and officer of the company, you can request any information going back 6 years.

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            #6
            Thanks, that helps a lot.

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              #7
              I'd resign as Company Secretary.
              When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
              Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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