Case details for Ionut ALEXANDRU BURTILA

Name: Ionut ALEXANDRU BURTILA

Name: DANNY SERVICES LIMITED

Date of Birth: 11 / 6 / 1990

Date Order Starts: 21 / 3 / 2019

Disqualification Length: 6 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 09875445

Last Known Address: 12 Brancaster Road,, , , , LONDON,, E12 5PG

Conduct: Ionut Alexandru Burtila (“Mr Burtila”) failed to ensure that Danny Services Limited (“Danny”) maintained or preserved adequate accounting records, and/or in the alternative he failed to deliver up adequate accounting records to the Joint Liquidators for the period 17/11/2015 to 13/07/2017 being the date of liquidation. As a consequence of this failure it has not been possible to:- - Determine in the absence of sales invoices or other supporting documentation the sources of income credited to Danny’s bank account in the period from 24/11/2016 to 12/07/2017 from available bank statements totalling at least £257,888.54, and in particular, whether this income accounts for all sales made by Danny. - Determine in the absence of purchase invoices or other supporting documentation the reasons for payments made from Danny’s bank account in the period from 24/11/2016 to 12/07/2017 from available bank statements totalling at least £284,553.05, and in particular, to verify that this was legitimate company expenditure. - Determine the reason why payments totalling at least £31,929 were identified as having been made to potential connected parties with the surname of Plesa. - Determine the reason why payments totalling at least £30,959 were identified as having been made to a third party after his resignation. - Determine the amount of remuneration and benefits received by himself during the period 21/11/2016 to 13/07/2017 and if any taxes are owed by the company for that remuneration and benefits. - Establish that all of Danny’s assets were disclosed in the Statement of Affairs and in particular, to determine what, if any, stock, office equipment, plant and machinery was owned by Danny at the date of Liquidation, and the full and true value of any items transferred or otherwise disposed prior to Liquidation. - Establish the correct VAT liability position at Liquidation. - Establish in the absence of any payroll information and/or sub-contractor details whether amounts were due to HMRC in respect of unpaid PAYE/NIC or that the CIS returns submitted were accurate. - Establish the accuracy of the Statement of Affairs lodged in the Liquidation. - Verify the reasons for the company’s failure. He caused Danny to trade to the detriment of HMRC from the tax year 2016/2017 month 8 (06/11/2016-05/12/2016) to 05/07/2017 the tax year 2016/2017 in respect of CIS. In that:- - On his appointment as sole director on 21/11/2016, he assumed sole responsibility for liabilities totalling at least £13,508.45 in respect of outstanding CIS (inclusive of penalties) for the period from month 9 (06/12/2015-05/01/2016) of the tax year 2015/2016 to month 7 (06/10/2016-05/11/2016) of the tax year 2016/2017. - During his period of directorship, a further total of £75,266.38 was due in respect of CIS for the period from month 8 (06/11/2016-05/12/2016) of the tax year 2016/2017 to month 3 (06/06/2017-05/07/2017) of the tax year 2017/2018. - During his period of directorship, the company made payments totalling £6,271. - At the date of Liquidation, HMRC claimed £88,069.92 in respect of outstanding CIS (inclusive of penalties) for the period from the 2015/2016 tax year to 2016/2017 tax year. In the period 24/11/2016 to 12/07/2017 available bank statements show Danny received £257,888.54 into its bank account and expended £284,553.05, of which payments totalling at least £366.67 were identified as having been made to HMRC and payments totalling at least £7,025 were identified as having been made to him. 

This information is correct as at 1 / 3 / 2019



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