Case details for JASON VICKERS

Name: JASON VICKERS

Name: FLYING SAUCER CREATIVE LIMITED

Date of Birth: 7 / 8 / 1975

Date Order Starts: 1 / 1 / 2019

Disqualification Length: 3 Years 6 Month(s)

CRO Number: 07184156

Last Known Address: 7 Dussindale Drive, , , , NORWICH, NR7 0TZ

Conduct: Jason Vickers (“Mr Vickers”) caused Flying Saucer Creative Limited (“Flying Saucer”) to trade to the detriment of H M Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) from at least 07 May 2015, in that:

  • Flying Saucer commenced trading on 1 April 2010, ceased trading on 28 March 2017 and was placed into liquidation on 12 April 2017. VAT
  • The last payment of VAT was made by Flying Saucer on 30 October 2014 for £15,973. HMRC allocated this against existing liabilities to the quarter end period 09/2014.
  • VAT returns were made for the quarter end periods 03/2015 (due for payment by 07 May 2015) to 12/2016 totalling £90,174 (inclusive of Surcharges). No return was made for the quarter end period 03/2017 and therefore HMRC raised an assessment of £6,209 (inclusive of Surcharge). As no payments were made the total VAT outstanding is £96,382. Corporation Tax (“CT”)
  • CT of £12,253.50 was due in respect of the year ended 31 March 2015, due for payment by 01 January 2016. Payments of £7,447 were made leaving an outstanding liability at the date of liquidation £4,806.
  • CT of £20,637.20 was due in respect of the year ended 31 March 2016, due for payment by 01 January 2017. Payments of £2,647 were made leaving an outstanding liability at the date of liquidation £17,990. PAYE & NIC
  • PAYE & NIC totalling £29,942.50 was due in respect of the year 2015/2016, due on a monthly basis and in full by 19 April 2016. By the date of liquidation payments totalling £7,465.32 had been made, with the result that £22,477 remained outstanding together with interest of £81.35 thereon.
  • PAYE & NIC totalling £30,039.14 was due in respect of the year 2016/2017, due on a monthly basis and in full by 19 April 2017. By the date of liquidation £26,433 remained outstanding, and in addition a further £2,753 in respect of 2017/2018 and accumulated interest totalling £866. Comparative treatment
  • At 31 March 2015, a total of £59,006 was due to HMRC compared to amounts due to other creditors totalling £82,785.
  • By 31 March 2016, the date of the last accounts produced, amounts due to HMRC had increased to £138,857, compared to other creditors totalling £68,933.
  • Over the period 1 April 2016 to liquidation, £366,683.38 was received into Flying Saucer’s bank account, of which £23,861.08 in total was paid to HMRC. The last payment in respect of any tax was £5,000.00 paid in respect of PAYE on 01 September 2016.
  • During the period 1 April 2015 to liquidation he increased his overdrawn directors’ loan account by a net total of £85,753 from £73,595 to £159,348.
  • Whilst at the date of liquidation on 12 April 2017 a total of £209,801.53 was due to HMRC, other claims at liquidation totalled £93,632.29. 

    This information is correct as at 12 / 12 / 2018



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