Explore the pivotal shift with Companies House's new regulation effective March 4, 2024, mandating registered email addresses for UK companies. Understand the implications, benefits, and steps for compliance in our comprehensive guide to embracing digital communication.
Explore strategies to avoid Companies House late filing fees. Learn about deadlines, consequences, and tips for timely submission to keep your UK business compliant and penalty-free.
Find out when Simple Formations are open during the Christmas Holidays. Christmas hours and processing order times.
On the 26th October 2023 the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act received royal assent. We take a look at the key changes which will be introduced and how this will affect companies.
Unlock your entrepreneurial potential with our detailed guide on the advantages of setting up a UK Limited Company. Discover the financial, operational, and credibility benefits that can fuel your business success. Click to start your journey to financial freedom and stability
‘Alphabet Shares’ are named as such because these shares are typically denoted by the letters of the alphabet, I.E. a company may issue Ordinary ‘A’ shares, Ordinary ‘B’ shares and Ordinary ‘C’ shares. A primary reason for issuing Alphabet Shares is the greater flexibility in the rights attached to the shares that this affords.
The ‘Corporate Transparency and Register Reform’ white paper has recently been published by the UK Government. Following various consultations with stakeholders since 2019, there is a clear need for reform to combat abuse of the company framework in the UK.
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.
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.