There are many factors worth considering when looking for a registered office (RO), such as where you run your business from, where communications from HMRC are sent and what works for your unique business. Learn more in our blog posts below.
There are many things to consider when looking for office space, and each choice will be unique to every business. In this article we look at some important considerations for choosing the right space and registering your company address.
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.
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:
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