When a limited company or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is formed, it is a legal requirement to provide a registered office (RO). This is the official ‘head office’ address where all correspondents will be sent, so there must be a physical postal address that is maintained at all times, in a location adjacent to where you incorporate your company or Limited Liability Partnership.
Opening a business bank account should be easy but the average trip to the High Street for business banking may leave you frustrated - given that most banks no longer have local business managers.
All UK limited companies must have a formal registered address where official post can be served, as well as post from HMRC. While it might appear logical for a registered address to be the office or building you work from, there are many good reasons why choosing our London registered address makes the most sense:
Starting a business can be a little overwhelming. You’ve no doubt invested a lot of time, trust and money into your new venture, and you have the weight of the world on your shoulders to prove that you can make a success of it. We understand that, and our ready-made company packages aim to take the pressure off the dull administrative paperwork and legal side of the start-up process as much as possible.
Vintage dormant companies create the best impression if you are looking to grow from a “standing start.” Vintage dormant companies have a much longer Companies House history than a recently registered shell company.
Starting your own limited company is always a daunting process. So, one thing to make your life less stressful is to use Paramount Formations’ Friendly Combined Packages Company Registration service.
When registering a private company, there are a number of legalities that are important to get right. This includes naming the roles of the director and shareholder, for example. This information is public record and could therefore create problems if the shareholder wishes to remain anonymous.
When it comes to starting your own business, you have a major choice ask yourself and your prospective business partners. Do you want to start your new business from scratch, or buy an off the shelf company?
The EORI Register is a replacement of the Traders Union Reference Number System, and it provides a list of businesses that are registered to trade in the EU. It was launched in July 2009 and tracks imports and exports within the EU. EORI stands from Economic Operator Registration and Identification number, and it is a legal requirement for many businesses in the UK.
There are plenty of reasons for buying a ready made UK company, apart from the obvious ‘time saving’ approach. If you’re already reading this, you may already be curious as to how a ready made company, more commonly known as an off the shelf company, could fit with your new business venture. To make it simple, we’ve created a list of benefits for you.
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