If you’re starting up your own clothing line, you’ll have put hours and hours into designing, creating and branding your products. And as any experienced clothing line entrepreneur will tell you, it’s imperative to consider trademarking your products.
The “Return of Allotment of Shares” is the process of adding new shares into a company. For example, a company formed with 1 share can complete a “Return of Allotment of Shares” (also known as the SH01 form) and increase the number of shares to a new amount.
The construction industry is booming — with almost one in five of the UK’s 5.5 million small businesses operating in the sector.
All of our company registration packages come with digital share certificates for each shareholder in the company. What is a Share Certificate?
If you’re from outside the UK and are considering setting up a UK company, you may feel daunted by the amount of work involved. Doing it at a distance can seem like an impossible task, but when you break it down, it’s entirely achievable.
The Webfiling Authentication Code is made up of 6 alphanumeric characters and enables you to make online updates to your company, through both our system and the Companies House system. With it you can file documents to; appoint a new director, resign a current one, change the registered office, add brand new shares, change your accounting reference date - and much more (all via online filing).
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.
Absolutely. Our Registered Office service, which operates from our own offices at 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU - can be used by any England and Wales limited company, even if it wasn’t formed by us.
“Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.” It’s a saying we’ve all heard at one time or another, and depending on your disposition, it either sounds terribly pessimistic or fairly even-handed.
So you’ve started a new business. Great!
The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been a challenging time for small to medium sized businesses. So we thought we'd help you out by compiling some of the most frequently asked questions we've received over the last few weeks around the help for small businesses that the government has to offer.