Your business’ branding begins with your name, so it is imperative to protect your company’s name. A protected name means that no other business can poach your name and you don’t incur the cost of a rebrand in case you lose your business name later down the line.
Last Tuesday we posted an explanation of what “Last Returns Made Up To” meant in a limited company sense. Today we’re going to look at a similar topic, “Last Accounts Made Up To”.
The only way to notify Companies House about a change in your limited company’s shareholding situation is to file a confirmation statement. Whilst the J30 stock transfer form/s should be completed and kept when the transfers take place, the confirmation statement is the actual method used to let Companies House know about the change.
Are you in the process of becoming a ltd company? It's worth knowing that you can register a UK limited by shares company with just one person.
Registering a limited company is extremely simple. However, sometimes applications are rejected by Companies House (don’t worry; if you are forming with us you can resubmit the application for no extra charge).
A short one for you all today: What’s the difference between a shareholder and a subscriber? Well there’s not much difference at all.
The “Section 243 Exemption” is a term you will come across when appointing a limited company director via the AP01 form (online or through paper documentation). A 243 exemption means the proposed director’s residential address will not be disclosed to any credit reference agencies.
Yes it can. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code is a five digit number that categorises a company’s nature of business.
If you’ve misplaced your company’s registration number there are a number of places that you can find it free of charge. Let’s take a look.
When appointing a limited company director Companies House request your director’s 'Full forename(s)' and 'Surname'. If you wish you can withhold the middle name.
The “Return of Allotment of Shares” is the process of adding new shares into a company. For example, a company formed with 1 share can complete a “Return of Allotment of Shares” (also known as the SH01 form) and increase the number of shares to a new amount.
Ah yes, the flamboyant company name. It seemed like a good idea at the time but now you're just not so sure.