Hi all, New here and very new to this own company stuff, hopefully this is the right place. I have a limited company that was incorporated on 1 September 2018. Since then, the company has not traded. I am the sole owner/director with no other shareholders. I also do not have an accountant. Now, I have decided to dissolve the company a year on. Apart from my Confirmation Statement, I have not filed any first accounts with Companies House yet. I also did not inform HMRC that the company will and has been dormant. I have not received any reminders from HMRC yet regarding CT or any other taxes. I only received the 'CT: Information for new companies' letter at the start. Before I send Companies House form DS01, I know I must send final statutory accounts and a Company Tax Return to HMRC, stating that these are the final trading accounts and that the company will soon be dissolved. Two questions: Is it OK if I did not inform HMRC at the start that my company will be dormant, and has been for the last 12 months? Before I send my final accounts to HMRC, do I need to file my Dormant Company Accounts with Companies House? I have not filed any accounts with Companies House since it was incorporated on 1 September 2018. Thanks in advance!