If you are a limited company and have made a business sale (rather than a share sale) of your company, you will still be left with the company which needs to be wound up and dissolved.

A formal liquidation carried out by an insolvency practitioner can be an expensive exercise and is not always necessary.

Under the Companies Act 2006, it is now easier to carry out an informal dissolution of the company which can save valuable time and money.

The advice of an accountant should always be sought before embarking on this route to ensure it it the most appropriate means of bringing the life of the company to an end.

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