Former directors agree not to be directors for six years

The former directors of a Northern Ireland flooring company have agreed not to be directors, more than three years after the liquidation of the company.

Martin and Bernadette McCann were both directors of P&M McCann (Flooring Specialists), a which was incorporated in December 1983, and went into liquidation in April 2021.

At the time it owned just over £167,000 – just under £147,000 of which was owned to HMRC.

The Department for the Economy said the married couple, now 64 and 62, had submitted incorrect corporation tax and VAT records which meant HMRC was not paid what it was owned; did not file annual accounts on time for several years; and paid debts owed to suppliers while not reducing what the company owned to HMRC.

Both undertook not to serve as company directors for six years.


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