Sunday, October 3, 2004

Company registration

I have been meaning for a while to form a limited company by submitting the appropriate documents to Companies House. The process can be quite daunting, especially if you have not done it before. I looked around on the Internet and it seems there are company formation agents that provide a service so that you can form a company and they deal with sending the documents to Companies House.

It costs more, but it means that you will submit an application with the correct information and since the process is done electronically, there is less time wasted on getting documents to and from Companies House if there are any problems with an application.

I'm awaiting a reply from Companies House at the moment, but hopefully everything should have gone through okay. If there are any issues they can be quickly dealt with and the application submitted again. The CFA I used is called Quick Formations.

Once the company is registered and is an entity in itself, there will then be other issues to deal with. Another consideration that will have to be made is regarding VAT registration. We'll deal with that with advice from our accountant as it might be wise to get VAT registered in our case, but I'm not sure at the moment. I've been reading about it, there is quite a lot to deal with - you only come to know about how much there is to consider when you are in the position of doing it unless you have an interest and read up anyway.

It's good things are moving, hopefully we'll contine progressing at the same rate now, if not faster. I'll have more to talk about regarding all of this as it happens, no doubt.

Post ID: 524, posted by jase at 12:06 AM
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