One of the first things to do when setting up your new business is to establish the type of trading vehicle you will use. We can help you assess the pros and cons of the various options.
We can assist you with Companies House limited company registrations and are able to form your new company within 24 hours.
Once your company is registered, your company directors are legally responsible to file the company’s annual accounts and annual return on time, ensuring that the information held by Companies House is correct.
Companies that are late in delivering their accounts or annual returns receive a late filing penalty. Furthermore, as Companies House display filing dates on the public record, late filing can damage your company’s reputation.
We can assist with these filing requirements and meeting deadlines for annual returns by using the latest online filing systems.
On an on-going basis, we can assist with all other company secretarial matters, such as changes to company officials and shareholdings and keeping your company records up to date.
Your company has to file an annual return with Companies House each year which provides details of your registered office, officials of the company and share details.
Information you submit will be placed on a public register and be available for public inspection, including personal information you submit as part of your appointment.
You cannot use the word ‘Royal’ in your company name unless you have written permission from the Cabinet Office in England or the Scottish Government if your company is to be registered in Scotland.
If you are thinking of starting a business or want to know more about the difference between sole trader and limited companies please call 0121 550 8525 or email email@example.com