The sales/turnover figure is missing in the financial section of a company's Dun & Bradstreet report. Why?

Sales/turnover figure is collated on all Companies that file full accounts at Companies House. However, businesses that file modified accounts are not obliged to file their sales/turnover figure.

Information on sales/turnover figures for businesses that are not required to file full accounts at Companies House is collected via our investigatons team. Interviews are conducted with the Principal of the business and added to the report, but only when the subject voluntarily provides the data.

Companies classed as small do not have to file a Profit & Loss Account, and their Balance Sheet may be modified.

A small company must remain within 2 of the following 3 categories:

  • Turnover less than £6,500,000
  • Balance Sheet total of less than £3,260,000
  • Average number of employees less than 50

Companies classed as medium do file a Profit & Loss Account, but do not have to disclose turnover.
A medium company must remain within 2 of the following 3 categories:

  • Turnover less than £25,900,000
  • Balance Sheet total of less than £12,900,000
  • Average number of employees less than 250

Companies may choose to disclose Sales / Turnover figures through their financial statements.

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