We are open and forming companies. In general, companies are being formed in normal time frames of just 5 to 6 hours. Registered office services are operating and we are forwarding mail to customers.
Find out when Simple Formations are open during the Christmas Holidays. Christmas hours and processing order times.
The UK formally left the EU in January 2020. The transitional period for Brexit will remain in place until the 31st of December 2020. After this point there will be some updates to the Companies Act, and by extension the company formation process, to reflect UK’s position outside of the EU.
‘Do I need an accountant for my business?’ This is an all too common question asked by new and existing businesses alike. It may seem beneficial to prepare your own accounts and manage your own books to save on accounting costs, albeit this is not always advisable. We are pleased to announce our new partnership with a chartered accounting firm.
Helpful advice on selecting the right accountant for your new limited company. It is important to consider, price, location, services offered and reputation.
Before ordering any service, especially for the first time, it is understandable to ask why a particular service provider should be chosen. We are confident that our formation service goes above and beyond what should be expected from a company formation agent. Here are just some of the reasons why customers choose us.
Businesses are sold for a variety of reasons. Many entrepreneurs will register a company with the sole intention of selling this for a profit at a later point. In other cases the owners may be retiring or simply deciding to sell to raise capital for other opportunities. Regardless of the reason for the sale there are several important factors to consider. We have provided some top tips for selling a UK business below.
Registering a UK company need not be an onerous task. In fact, it is quite the opposite! This article will dispel some of the most common company formation myths.
There are many obvious mistakes to avoid when forming a company. Some decisions made when registering the company may seem perfectly reasonable at the time but could be the wrong decisions in retrospect. These can be less obvious.
Companies that have been struck off or dissolved can be restored. There are two types of restoration - administrative restoration and restoration by court order.