Hi all, What can I say, I'm heartbroken, and I messed up. This company was the biggest mistake of my life having invested big, to have never taken a penny back from it and now be in this situation. I say this only to highlight I have many regrets, all of which I take accountability for, but I'm looking for support in the best way to leave this behind. The company is insolvent, and I need to work out the best way to close it down to stop future come backs. What I mean, is one huge mistake I made was essentially forgetting to register deposits we took, which legally we should have. To be clear, the deposits are still present and will be repaid/registered before any action is taken BUT legally the deposit holders can claim compensation of 3x their original amount, up to 6 years after the event, for this failing.. regardless of them getting their deposit back. Obviously I'd hope that given they will be getting them back, it won't be quite the issue I'm making it out to be but I'm seeing one instance already this might not be true. This leads to my question of wanting to close this company down properly and walk away forever without fear of it coming back to haunt me. When comparing just striking off, vs Liquidation (preferably DIY using the Spongebob approach) does one have any benefit over the other in terms of being able to have someone object/reopen the company in the future by force, particularly when it would be in this instance of compensation rather than debt? For clarity we're not talking huge figures relative to others, but still significant enough to me. Company has no assets, has circa 7k in the bank today with circa 13k liabilities, of which circa 6k are said deposits. Thanks for your help.