Setting up a Limited Company
Here are a number of support articles related to UK limited company formation:
- Help with the system
- About limited companies
- Company formation FAQ
- Not for profit companies
- Dormant companies
- LLP Company Formation
- Right to Manage Companies
- General help
- The company name
- The registered office address
- Share capital
- Directors, secretaries and shareholders
- Guarantors (Limited by Guarantee companies)
- Designated Members (Limited Liability Partnerships - LLP)
General business guides
For those who have formed their Limited Company and are looking for guidance on what next, we cover a number of key subjects in our collection of business guides from VAT registration, creating your first website, marketing and much more!
Need help changing things around in your limited company, please refer to the guides below that explain a number of the key secretarial procedures.
- Appoint a new director or secretary
- Resign a director or secretary
- Change the particulars of a director or secretary
- Change the company's registered office address
- Allot shares to a new shareholder
- Increase the share capital
- Transfer shares between shareholders
- Change the company name
- Change the name of an LLP
- Change the memorandum and articles of association
- Change your Annual Accounting Reference Date ARD
- Striking off a limited company
- Filing Annual Company Accounts
Business Forms and Agreements
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