Other Company FAQ's
Limited companies must display their company name, number and place of registration on all official company documents.More Info
If your accounts are delivered late, there is an automatic penalty. This is between £150 and £1,500 for a private company and between £750 and £7,500 for a PLC.
If for any reason you no longer need your company then it is possible to strike-off (dissolve) your company.More Info
The best way to avoid a penalty is to file your accounts correctly and on time. If you are issued with a penalty you can appeal the penalty if you have sufficient reason.More Info
When a company is registered a unique number is issued to the company by Companies House. These numbers are issued sequentially and increase as more companies are added to the register. It is not possible to change the registered number for a company.More Info
If a company has registered a name with Companies House that you deem to be 'too similar' to your company name then you need to write to The Secretary of State for Trade & Industry at Companies House in Cardiff or Edinburgh.More Info
This document sets out the rules for the internal running of the companyMore Info
Companies House act as the company registrar for all limited companies in the UK.
Companies are issued with an accounting reference date. This is the company’s financial year end date when the company will need to prepare its accounts to every year.More Info
The Companies Act is the law that governs limited companies in the UK.More Info
Limited by Shares companies are typically businesses run for profit. Limited by Guarantee companies are normally charities, clubs, and not for profit organisations.More Info