Case details for Simon Peter JOBLING

Name: Simon Peter JOBLING

Name: Hallmark Innovations Group Ltd

Date of Birth: 13 / 5 / 1965

Date Order Starts: 14 / 4 / 2022

Disqualification Length: 3 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 10423183

Last Known Address: 17 Selset Way,, , , , Kingswood,, HU7 3DE

Conduct: Simon Peter Jobling (“Mr Jobling”) failed to ensure that Hallmark Innovations Group Ltd (“HIG”) complied with its statutory duties to make timely payments as and when due to HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) in relation to Value Added Tax (VAT) and Pay As You Earn Tax (PAYE). As a result, he caused HIG to trade to the detriment of HMRC in respect of PAYE from 22 January 2017, at the latest and in respect of VAT from 07 October 2017 at the latest until 28 September 2018 resulting in a liability of at least £87,782.58, in that: • HMRC’s claim for VAT is £48,878.68 including surcharges of £2,214.29. • HIG fell into arrears with VAT on 07 October 2017 when payment for the return for the quarter 08/17 of £3,761.63 fell due and was not paid. • As a result of HIG’s failure to submit full payments as and when due, HMRC applied default VAT surcharges of £2,214,29. • HMRC’s claim for PAYE is £53,353.40, including penalties and interest, owed for the period 2016/17 onwards. • HIG’s accounting records show that £38,903.79 is owed in respect of PAYE from 22 July 2017 at the latest. • Between 22 January 2017 and 28 September 2018, 7 payments amounting to £19,417.34 were made for PAYE and between 07 October and 28 September 2018 4 payments amounting to £5,831.53 were made for VAT. • Bank statements for HIG, which cover the period from 22 January 2017 to 28 September 2018 show total payments from the account of £1,088,754. • In the same period, £235,152.52 was paid to trade creditors, utility companies and transport expenses, £143,097.39 was paid in respect of loan repayments and £242,476.40 was paid as wages. 

This information is correct as at 25 / 3 / 2022



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