Why should you register a limited Company? There are many benefits associated with forming a limited company. Here we summarise the top 5 reasons.
Branding and trademarks are synonymous with the image of a company. Registering a trademark is a means of protecting your brand or idea.
A good product and a strong work ethic may be a starting point for a successful company but there are many other aspects of running a company that are core to its sustainability. Outsourcing offers an opportune approach to freeing up your spare time allowing you to focus on your strengths.
If you are looking for a business bank account there are an abundance of options available to you. Different accounts can benefit you in different ways and several questions are raised when deciding what is best for you.
There are several ways that a company can distribute profits to the directors/shareholders. Payments can be made by salary, dividend, expenses and benefits depending on your personal circumstances. Hopefully your limited company is making money and you need to pay the company directors and shareholders an income. There are several ways this can be done.
UK companies have a legal responsibility to maintain accurate company registers. These statutory books should accurately record company information for inspection.
From November 2016 it is no longer possible to include the Shareholders Details or any of the Issued Share Capital Details on a COGS.
Companies that are no longer required can be dissolved and removed from the public register. The process to close a company is quite simple and only requires the completion of one form.
A shareholder owns all or part of a company. We provide an overview of what a shareholder in a UK company is and what they need to know.
Businesses can use different addresses for different reasons. What address will you use for your business?