Last Updated: 16/12/2014
A UK limited company has various filing obligations with both Companies House and HMRC. The Companies House obligations (annual returns and accounts) are easy to keep on top of as the due dates can be easily viewed from the Companies House webcheck (and our company admin portal). HMRC obligations are not so clear-cut.
What you file with HMRC depends upon your company’s trading status (dormant or trading). A few weeks after the incorporation of the company, HMRC will send a CT41G ‘Corporation Tax – Information for New Companies’ letter. Simply follow the instructions on the letter.
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