Undoubtedly one of the most common queries that we get here at Company Formation MadeSimple is about what the difference between two very important filing obligations are for a limited company. These are Confirmation Statements and Annual Accounts.
The SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) code is a 5-digit code that defines the industry or industries that your limited company is operating in. It used to be that you first selected an SIC code when filing a confirmation statement, but now entrepreneurs-to-be must provide a code when registering a limited company.
All limited need to file a Confirmation Statement and Annual Accounts on a yearly basis. Even if they’ve never traded.
Valentine's Day is nearly here and to celebrate we thought we'd shoehorn a ‘love theme’ into a business blog. take a look at some big dates that you really shouldn’t forget when it comes to your limited company.
Formed a company but not sure what to do next? No problem adventurers.
The Standard Industrial Classification Code - also known as the SIC Code - is a 6-digit number that outlines the industry that a limited company operates in. In this post we’ll look at how you can change your company’s existing SIC Code.
Changing your shareholder information is not quite as simple as changing director information (where an online CH01 form can be filed in a matter of seconds) - but it’s still quite simple. In this post we’ll look at how you can do this.
Since April 2016 all UK limited companies and limited liability partnerships should be keeping a Register of People with Significant Control (PSC) in the company. This information should then be included in the Confirmation Statement - which has now replaced the Annual Return.
You've found a company name you like and so naturally you want to prevent anyone else from taking it before you're ready to get your business up and running. This brings us to one of the most common queries we receive on customer service; "How can I make my company dormant?
The two most popular business structures in the UK are Limited Companies and Sole Traders. In this post we’re going to look at the two and highlight some of the pros and cons of each.
As soon as your limited company has been formed you are given an Accounting Reference Date along with due dates for your company's Annual Return and Annual Accounts. But where do these dates come from?
When you start a company, there are many important dates that you need to keep in mind. With such a large amount of information, it can be difficult to keep track.