The whole issue of incorporating a Company is vast as there are lots of technical information, rules, laws, and tax implications involved with running a Limited Company. At Evans & Co Accountants we can take the most inexperienced Business Person and guide them through the complex process of the corporation procedure. As a hand holding exercise - we will guide you every step of the way.
We believe that a Limited Company needs to be set up on a sound legal footing, incorporating a business is usually one of the biggest decisions
that a business owner will make and we're here to make sure that you get the decision right by helping you decide whats best for you.It is a myth that Limited Companies are just for larger businesses.
Incorporation's suit small businesses just as easily as larger organisations/businesses. At Evans & Co Accountants your Business is assessed on an individual basis and we will tell you honestly if your Business is suitable for incorporation or not. We assess not only the Business but also the client and an overview of the two.
Company directors' responsibilities
Directors are responsible for preparing and delivering documents, on behalf of the company, to Companies House as and when required by the Companies Act. These include, in particular:
The annual return
The annual accounts
Notification of any change in the company's officers.
Notification of a change to the company's registered office
Allotment of shares
Registration of charges
Setting Up and Registering
You must register your Business with the Registrar of Companies at Companies House before your Business can begin operating as a Limited Company.
To ensure incorporation is right for you it is recommended that you seek professional advice. Let Evans and Co Accountants incorporate your Business while offering advice on the subject.
There are several other things you must do, as well as registering your business as a company, to put it on a proper legal footing. Evans & Co Accountants can advise you on what to do to make sure everything is above board.