Free limited company formation
for our clients
Essential accounting support and advice for start-ups .
Comprehensive package for £49 +VAT.
Overseeing all your finances so you can focus on building a successful business.
- Sole traders, Freelancers and Ltd Co. management accounts.
- Develop business plans
- VAT, Payroll, CIS and Pensions registration
- Xero, Quickbooks, Freeagent & Dext
What do you get
with our company formation service?
Qualified accountant to provide advice on setup structure
We offer a free consultation to all our clients to help them identify the ideal corporate structure for their business. We can advise registering a business, choosing the right company type, filing documents with Companies House, etc., and outlining your legal obligations. We are here to offer advice and help.
We have helped 100’s of our clients set up their limited companies, which we can turn around very quickly and easily for you. In addition, we will work with you to estimate how much tax and National Insurance you will need to pay during your tax year, keeping your accounts in shipshape!
Why choose our company formation services
3 hour online company formation
Certificate of Incorporation
Article of Association
Memorandum of Articles
Accountants letter to open a business bank account
Ready to set up your company?
Whether you are an established business owner (trading as a Sole Trader) looking to incorporate or start a new business through a Limited Company, we will ensure your Company Formation gets the perfect start.
We will advise choosing the proper company structure to decide on the ownership of your company, i.e. how many shareholders and how many shares each will have (known as their shareholding). In addition, ensuring that the Articles of Association and Memorandum of Articles meet your business requirements is crucial at the setup stage.
of statutory accounts
Private limited company by Shares (Ltd) – Most common
The most common Limited Companies are formed this way for Small Businesses, Contractors, and Freelancers. The Ltd Company issues shares, and any profits are distributed through dividends. Companies limited by shares allow for strategic financial planning with regards to tax. Profits can be distributed by way of salary and dividends, making it a very tax effective structure.
Company limited by guarantee
This type of business structure is often used by non-profit organisations such as social enterprises, community projects, and charities. Set up to serve non-commercial charitable and community-based objectives who reinvest surplus income rather than distribute profits to members. If such a company is wound up, each member may be required to contribute up to the amount of their guarantee towards the payment of debts incurred while they were a member. However, the amounts involved are ordinarily small.
PubliclLimited company (PLC)
Public companies can offer their shares or other securities to the public, whereas Limited Companies can't. The other significant difference is that a PLC must have a minimum allotted share capital of £50,000 before obtaining a trading certificate.