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Hi everyone

 

I went bankrupt last year and as it looks like my hubby and I are about to move (again! - arghhh) we were just wondering if we could now get rid of everything or do we have to keep lugging it around for those 5 years 10 months as per the HMRC guidelines. It was a business that I became insolvent with and all self assessments have been filed.

 

I've had a look round the www and found one thing that mentions the liquidator getting rid of details after the 12 months are up but nothing else, so if anyone could enlighten me that would be much appreciated.

'I'm Tyrannosaurus Gally, and I'll have any financial institution for breakfast!'

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Normally you have to keep records for 6 years but after a liquidation you only have to keep them for 12 months as this is the time scale allowed for a creditor to still claim against you. That is what our liquidators told me anyway.

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