Case details for DAVID  HYMERS

Name: DAVID  HYMERS

Name: TOTALPOST MAILING AND MECHANISATION LTD

Date of Birth: 4 / 11 / 1948

Date Order Starts: 8 / 8 / 2019

Disqualification Length: 3 Years 6 Month(s)

CRO Number: 01964482

Last Known Address: 4 Gatehead,, , Garrigill, , ALSTON, CA9 3EB

Conduct: David Hymers caused Totalpost Mailing and Mechanisation Ltd to trade to the detriment of HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”), from 22 October 2015 to liquidation in respect to PAYE/NIC, from 07 November 2015 in respect to VAT and from 01 September 2015 in respect to Corporation Tax by failing to ensure the company remitted monies to HMRC as and when due. In that:- PAYE/NIC & CIS

  • In the tax year 2015/16 the tax due was £54,954, against which payments totalling £24,285 were made leaving a balance outstanding of £30,669.
  • In the tax year 2016/17 the tax due was £172,599 against which no payments were made.
  • The total due in respect to PAYE/NIC from 22 October 2015 to the date of liquidation was £207,578. VAT
  • From the quarter ended September 2015 to the date of liquidation the VAT outstanding was £77,677 and the surcharges totalled £7,678. The last payment of £5,660 was made on 01 February 2016 leaving a balance outstanding of £118,183. CORPORATION TAX
  • The liability outstanding for Corporation Tax is £3,915, including interest. The liability comprised of £2,888 for accounting period 30 November 2014. DETRIMENTAL TREATMENT OF HMRC
  • From 31 December 2015 and the liquidation, the company’s HMRC liabilities increased from £56,311 to £328,949, the trade creditors increased from £36,399 to £193,403 whilst the bank’s liability decreased from £50,599 to £22,309 and the hire purchase creditors decreased from £4,196 to nil. The largest creditor in the liquidation is HMRC. Between 01 January 2016 and the liquidation Totalpost Mailing and Mechanisation Ltd received income and made payments totalling £1,563,442, of which HMRC received £21,177. 

    This information is correct as at 18 / 7 / 2019



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