Startups and New Company Formation Accountants

Company Formation Accountants

The last thing you need as a busy business owner is to use up valuable time and resources making sure you are complying with the Companies Act when new company formations are being registered. We are experienced, company formation accountants, regularly advising start-ups on how to successfully set up their company.

Moreover, with company legislation changing at the rate it does, you need to be sure you are fully aware of how the changes affect you and your fellow directors.

Why Register New Company Formations?

When a business is going through the process of company formations they are essentially registering a business as a limited company. This company formation results in the company becoming a distinct legal entity in the eyes of the law and are seen as a completely separate business from their owners in terms of finances, liabilities, contractual agreements, and ownership of property and assets.

So why would you register new company formations? The most common reason and benefit of registering a limited company formation is the protection you are given when doing so. Registering a limited company reduces the financial responsibility of the people who own the business and this protection is known as a limited liability.

Company Setup With Company Formation Accountants

We can give you complete peace of mind in this area by carrying out your company secretarial duties for you. Whether you are a start-up company, non-profitable or international business build strong foundations and set up your business the right way by using 6 Wands company formation accountants services.

Our services include:

  • Company formation accountancy
  • Preparation and filing of statutory returns
  • Preparation of all documentation related to minutes and resolutions
  • Maintenance of statutory books
  • General advice on company law.

Company Formation Accountants FAQs

Yes! We regularly set up companies and complete the whole process for you.

Yes, they are restrictions around choosing an appropriate company name:

  • you cannot register the same name as another company (or too similar)
  • the use of certain words is restricted
  • names likely to cause offence are not allowed.

Each company structure is different and has different associated benefits and drawbacks. There are differences in Tax and administration HMRC requirements. Speak to one of our helpful team to help you make the right choice.

It depends on the method used to register your company - a guideline is between 8-10 days although there are ways to speed up this process with our help.

Once the company has been formed there is still lots more you need to do! You need to set up a business bank account, the right insurance, records keeping and more. If you don’t have someone keeping track of this, it is easy for things to become dis-organised very quickly.

As a limited company director, you are accountable for running a business legally and also attempting to make it effective. A director needs to comply with business regulations,  keep accurate documents, precise accounts and complete required forms returns for HMRC and Companies House by law.

We know this can be daunting and a little confusing, not knowing what to fill in and when, so we can help guide and assist you.

You don’t have to use your home address to anything that is made public. It is best to use a registered address or service address which we can help with.