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Changing the registered office address of limited companies

From expansion to better connectivity, there could be a number of reasons as to why you’d want to change your registered office address. As a matter of fact, enquiries pertaining address changes are a lot more frequent than we’d like to admit. Now,for the sake of clarity, let’s look into the process of changing the registered address and how we go about it. Changing the[…]read more…

How a non-UK resident can form a private limited company in the UK?

non-UK resident company Formation

The process of registering and operating a business in the UK is governed by the government agency named the Companies House. The formation process (for both UK & non-UK resident) will require you to send your application to the Companies House for approval either by post or through a web portal or through an authorized agent. The registration process does not differentiate between a UK[…]read more…

What are the different types of addresses your UK limited company needs for registration

To register a limited company in the UK, the Companies House requires you to provide a set of addresses during the registration process. These addresses are made available to the public and can be accessed by anyone looking for company information. Let’s look into the different addresses to register your business in the UK. What is Registered office Address? Registered office address is the primary[…]read more…

How to register a limited company as a dormant Company? Are there any advantages to it..?

Limited Companies are registered for a variety of reasons. Sometimes there is an immediate need to trade. Sometimes the objective is to try and protect the name by registering it before someone else does. Sometimes a company will be needed in the future but may not trade for over a year. A limited company may be a dormant company. You can now register a dormant[…]read more…

Sole Trader Vs Limited Company – A Comparison

Any business registered with the Companies House must have a legal structure. While the majority chooses to identify themselves as ‘sole traders’, ‘limited company’ is just as popular. Let’s look into the similarities, differences and which best suits your business model by looking into Sole Trade Vs Limited Company – Comparison. What’s a Sole Trader? In its simplest, a sole trader is a business structure[…]read more…

Why many Indian Companies rush to establish their UK branch…? What are the benefits?

What are the benefits of registering an Indian business in the UK? Indian companies with UK entity gets an international appeal and profile. Instantly it gives the identity of a multi-national corporate company rather than a small-time player. No residency requirements to open a UK company. Directors and shareholders need not reside in the UK or be a UK citizen. They can live in India[…]read more…

Shareholder and PSC register – Make sure you stay within the law

PSC - Person of Significant Control

The most common form of company is a Private Limited Company by shares. The company is owned by the shareholders and there must be at least one shareholder to take at least 1 share upon incorporation. The shareholders appoint directors to run the company. It is not uncommon in a small company for there to be one shareholder who is also the sole director. However,[…]read more…

8 Points to Remember while Registering your New UK Limited Company

UK Company Registration Tips

Are you planning to set up your UK Limited Company Online? Registering your UK limited Company has never been easier; the process is entirely online and takes less than 10 Minutes to complete. But there are some important points to remember while registering your Company. 8 most important points to remember while registering your UK Limited Company: Your Company name must end with ‘Limited’ or[…]read more…

How to Appoint a New Director – UK Limited Company

Appoint A New Director

To register and to carry business operations legally in the UK, Companies House requires you to nominate one director, at the least, to oversee your company. A new director can be appointed as both, a replacement to your company’s existing director or as an additional administrator, as there are no restrictions to the number of directors a company can have. Let’s see how to appoint[…]read more…

5 mistakes to avoid when registering your new UK company online

Forming a new UK company which used to be such a daunting task earlier is much easier today, thanks to company formation online registration portal. Reliable formation companies offer these easy to use and secure online company registration systems. It is much more user friendly than the Companies House system itself. Though it’s hard to go wrong, here are 5 avoidable mistakes you can always[…]read more…