Skip to main content Skip to search

Start ups

Company formation

Our fee for this service starts from £120 and includes the following:

  • Typical turnaround time of one working day
  • Digital certificate of incorporation (PDF)
  • Digital copy of Memorandum and Articles

You will need to provide us with a complete Company Formation checklist and two forms of ID for each director/shareholder/secretary.

We offer our clients to use our office address as being the registered office address for their company. We also give the option to use the same as the correspondence address for themselves as individuals with Companies House.

Registered office address     £18 per month
Correspondence address      £12 per month

Registered office address

Tax registrations

We can you help you register with HMRC for the following:

  • Self Assessment as an individual
  • Corporation tax
  • VAT and relevant schemes
  • Payroll scheme

These are mainly required by the lenders when you are seeking to raise business finance.

We are able to assist you by preparing a detailed document describing your business, its objectives, financial forecasts, sales, marketing and other strategies.

This could also include a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats, Opportunities) analysis which could also help you as the owner to identify areas you need to focus on.

Business Plans and forecasts

Raising finance

In these challenging times managing liquidity and working capital is becoming an ever increasing requirement for businesses.

If you are looking to secure investment or raise finance through a lender we can help you by preparing the business plans, cashflow and income forecasts and will also closely support you in your discussions.

With proper planning at initial stages one can ensure that no hefty tax bills arise in the future. If you are planning to start a business or if you are looking to grow your existing business it is important to discuss your plans and get professional tax advice.

We can provide advice to implement tax efficiencies to ensure that you do not pay more than that required and at the same time remain compliant with the relevant tax legislation and HMRC guidelines.

Tax planning