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Registering a company in 4 simple steps with Company Formation MadeSimple

Many people have ambitions of running their own business, however it can sometimes be tricky to navigate the waters of bureaucracy and make sure you tick all the right boxes.

Paperwork can be complicated, and most entrepreneurs have a passion for business and want to work on their idea as opposed to jumping through hoops. Of course those hoops are there for a reason, but it can be tedious to do.

That’s where Company Formation MadeSimple helps enable people with an enthusiasm for business to form a company quickly and efficiently – leaving you to focus on your project.

Once you’ve decided on the type of company that is right for you, for example a UK Limited Company or a Public Limited Company, you’re ready to go.

It’s very straightforward:

  1. Search – Use our company name search to see if your proposed name is available. If it is, then you’re all set to continue. If not, choose another one.
  2. Select A Package – This depends on your needs. For example, if you want a prestigious London address for a small or home business the Privacy Package is ideal as it gives you a registered office and service address, so you can keep your address private.
  3. Buy – Always keeping things simple and efficient, you can buy straight away. Pay for your package via card or PayPal for a quick and easy transaction.
  4. Complete Details – At this point you need to provide your company registration details, such as director and shareholder information – then you’re finished. Your registration documents will normally be sent to you within 3 working hours.

For more details on registering a company see our FAQs for a comprehensive list of answers to the most common questions.

So if you have a brilliant business idea but you don’t want to deal with the hassle of forming a company yourself, you can rely on the experience of Company Formation MadeSimple who have formed over 400,000 companies formed so far.

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By Alex Novakovic at MadeSimpleFind Alex on Google+

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