You’ve had the dream and taken the plunge to set up a limited company, but what next? First of all, well done on deciding to start your own business – you’ve made a courageous decision in taking the first steps of your business venture! Let us guide you through some steps to take once you have your newly incorporated company.
Formed a company but not sure what to do next? No problem adventurers. We’ve designed this infographic to help you navigate through the early stages of running and growing your very own business. You’ll find tips-a-plenty and some guidance on dodging potential hazards. It’s a jungle out there… but we’re here to help. Continue reading →
After receiving feedback from our customers we’re pleased to announce that you can now use multiple share classes when forming companies with us. In this post we’ll give you a step by step demonstration on how to do this. Continue reading →
The good old rat race. Work 9-5, Monday to Friday, enjoy the weekend and then repeat. But there’s got to be another way to do it, a fulfilling alternative. Well there is, but we’ll get to that in a bit. First, to inspire you to take action and change your life, we’ve created an infographic to highlight five reasons why working for someone else stinks. Take a look. Continue reading →
With five company formation packages available, you may need some assistance in picking the one that suits you best. In this video we look at the five packages and what’s included in them, and how each could be beneficial to you. Continue reading →
We’re constantly looking at ways that we can improve our company formation process, making it easier for our customers to successfully set up their limited companies. The latest update that helps ensure this is the removal of the ‘S243’ option from the Director Appointment section of the report. Continue reading →
When you register a company, it is often a very exciting time. You’ve come to the point that you need to officially put your business on the books – and set it up as a legitimate company. It’s quite a momentous occasion, especially if it is your first business. Continue reading →