Barclays

6 reasons to choose us:

Pick 'n' Mix ordering system
  • We use a unique “pick and mix” system so that you only buy the products and services you want. So, no packs or bundles padded out with unwanted bound documents to justify the price.
Place order, then pay policy
  • No need to pay for your order before you have entered all the information needed to form your company. Any information you enter is saved. You can go back and forth through the ordering process until you are happy to pay.
3 hour formation time
  • Like most agents we have Companies House authorisation to submit applications electronically. Once you have completed your order, our automated system submits it online. Unless they are very busy,Companies House takes about 3 working hours to check and register your order.
Free Administration account
  • All clients are given an administration account linked to Companies House. Use the account to advise Companies House of any changes to your company, its directors or its address. You can also use the account to file Annual returns.
Free lifetime support
  • Use the account we give you to administer your company and support is free, for the lifetime of the company.
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What our clients say

  • Limited Companies

  • Limited Liability
    Partnerships
  • CICs & Limited by Guarantee
  • Charity -Limited by
    Guarantee
  • For Accountants

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Online company formation

Online company formation is the quickest and simplest way to get a company formed. There is no need for paperwork or signatures, and it takes only minutes to place an order. Companies House process orders within three working hours, unless they are exceptionally busy. As an authorised agent of Companies House, we can produce company documents bearing the official seal of the Registrar of Companies. These are emailed to clients when the formation process is complete. To get started go to Step1 at the top of this page.

Limited Companies

Companies limited by shares (Limited/Ltd) are, overwhelmingly, the most popular legal trading structure in the UK. There are a number of reasons for this:

Very low rates of tax: From 1st April 2015 there will be a single rate of corporation of 20%.

Tax free: If they are controlled by non-residents and trade outside the UK, they may fall outside the scope of UK taxation entirely

Low share capital requirement: Companies can be set up with share capital of just £1.

Total control can vest in one person: Companies need only one director and one shareholder and they can be the same person.

No residency requirements: directors and shareholders do not need to be UK resident.

Owners protected from debt: the debts of the company are not payable by the shareholders.

Limited Liability Partnerships

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) combine the flexibility of a partnership arrangement with the protection of limited liability. They are normally used by large professional organisations, such as architects, engineers and solicitors. They are popular because they can accommodate complex profit sharing arrangements, common amongst professionals. An LLP must have at least two designated partners. Companies House normally complete the formation process within three working hours.

Companies limited by Guarantee

These companies are normally not-for-profit and commonly used by clubs, societies, charities, universities, voluntary organisations and Community Interest Companies (CICs). A company limited by guarantee does not have shareholders; instead it has members who act as guarantors. The amount guaranteed does not have to be paid into the company when it is formed. However, it will become payable if the company is wound up and insolvent. For this reason, member’s usually limit their commitment to £1.



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