We asked our friends over at FreeAgent seven common(ish) questions about the Limited by Guarantee (LBG) company structure - a structure commonly favoured by charities. Take a look, and remember to get in touch if you're interested in incorporating your own LBG company.
Ah yes, the flamboyant company name. It seemed like a good idea at the time but now you're just not so sure.
All limited need to file a Confirmation Statement and Annual Accounts on a yearly basis. Even if they’ve never traded.
Even if Halloween isn't here, it’s understandable to be fearful - who knows what ghouls and ghosts lurk in the darkness? In this blog post, we’re looking at a far more realistic threat - company fraud.
The Webfiling Authentication Code is a six alphanumeric code that enables you to make online updates to your company, through both our system and the Companies House system. With it you can; appoint a new director, resign a current one, change the registered office, add brand new shares, change your accounting reference date - and much more.
During the limited company formation process you need to provide a number of different addresses: Registered office Shareholder address Person with significant control address Director’s service address Director’s residential address In this post we’re going to concentrate on the final address is this list; the director’s residential address. Whilst this is clearly where the director lives, there are still some important things that you should know about the address.
Once you have picked and paid for your company formation package you can complete the formation at a time convenient to you, whether that’s straight after payment or even a few months later.
All UK limited companies must have at least one director, one shareholder and one person with significant control (PSC). All these roles can be taken by one person, however - as well being able to appoint other people, you can also appoint other companies in roles too.
After forming a UK limited company you may notice that you start receiving mail at your registered office. Some of this is warranted; important mail from government bodies such as Companies House and HM Revenue & Customs for example.
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.
When appointing a director for a limited company you will have to provide a service address. In this post we’re going to explain what the service address is, the difference between the service address and the registered office, and how to go about changing the service address.
Formed a company but not sure what to do next? No problem adventurers.