Companies House is the UK’s registrar of companies.
There are some key things you need to do once your new limited company is incorporated, here’s a checklist for you; Company stationery must show the full company registered name, registered office address, where incorporated and company registration number A Company bank account must be set up and all expenses and receipts processed through it If […]Read more
AA01 Change of accounting reference date AA02 Dormant Company Accounts AD01 Change of registered office address AD02 Notification of single alternative inspection location (SAIL) AD03 Change of location of the company records to the single alternative inspection location (SAIL) AD04 Change of location of the company records to the registered officeRead more
An annual return is a snapshot of general information about a company’s directors and, registered office address, shareholders and share capital. The company and its director(s) and secretary can be prosecuted if you file the annual return late, or not at all. Annual Return is £13 (electronic) and must be filed at least once every […]Read more
One of the good things about being a limited company is that your business is registered with Companies House, and anyone can review your company accounts and other statutory documents from the Companies House website. Alternatively, you can also review information about other businesses. In this way, you can find out who you are doing […]Read more