Limited Company Formation
Setting up your Limited company is quick and easy, so your new business could be up and running within 24 hours. We’ve incorporated thousands of Limited companies over the years, so you can trust that we know what we’re doing.
Give us a call - our expert advisors will check that your preferred company name is available and take a few details from you.
We’ll do the rest - and your company will be set up within 24 hours
We’ll email your incorporation documents to you - and if appropriate your agency/client as well, so they can get to work on your contract right away
Your Limited company is now ready to trade - you’ll need to set up a business bank account and arrange business insurance. Just let us know if we can help with this.
The service is available from £50 plus VAT, including the fee for Companies House registration and filing, and registration with your tax office for the applicable taxes.
When you’re starting out in business it can be vital to have experts on your side. Bring us along with you on your exciting adventure by taking advantage of our world-class accountancy service.
To form your company or appoint Orange Genie Accountancy as your accountant, please give us a call on 01296 468 185 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Things to consider before setting up your Limited company
There are a number of things that you might want to consider in advance, before you set up your Limited company. Getting these things right from the outset will give your new business the best possible start, so it makes sense to think carefully about them in advance.
You’ll obviously want to choose your company name carefully, but it’s also worth considering more than one option. If your first choice already exists on the company register, or it’s too similar to another company’s name, you won’t be able to use it. You might also want to check the guidance Companies House publishes on company names.
Who are the directors?
Legally your company will need to have at least one director, which is likely to be yourself. You have the option to name other directors as well, either at formation or at a later date. A director must provide two addresses; a correspondence or “service address” for the public register and their home address, known as the “usual residential address”.
Your registered office address is the company’s official address. It must be a physical location where notices, letters and reminders can be delivered to the company. Ensure that the address you use is one that allows a business to be run from it.
Allocation of shares
The allocation of shares is normally done when the company is formed, check that the shareholder(s) are as you want and that the company is owned in the proportion you requested. Remember, dividends are paid to shareholders in proportion to their shareholdings. Further shares can be issued and allocated at future dates if your circumstances change.