What To Do After You’ve Incorporated Your Business in the UK
Consider this your step-by-step action plan for the first 12 months of navigating and managing a new business. We also include valuable links to resources that help you dive deeper into each topic.
How To Get a Certificate of Incorporation
When you decide to start a business, whether online or a bricks-and-mortar location, you need to register with Companies House to obtain a Certificate of Incorporation. This is your guide on how to get that done.
How Many Shareholders Does Your Business Need?
While some businesses choose to have a large number of shareholders, the total for yours could be as few as one or two. The rules are simple and your choosing must suit your company.
Creating Your Own Employment Agency in the UK
Finding the right talent isn't easy. The job market is full of candidates; however, matching them with the right job profile can be difficult. A job agency can solve that problem by facilitating the collaboration between employers and job seekers.
A Guide for EU Companies Expanding to the UK: What You Need To Know
Things might have changed after the transitional period, but that doesn’t mean expanding to the UK is not possible. In this guide, we will show you some of the things you need to know when you are planning to expand your business to the UK
How New Company Owners Should Prepare Financial Statements
After you register your company, you may want to start thinking about your company’s finances such as monthly income, expenses and taxes because UK company owners need to submit their company’s annual accounts to Companies House.
What Are the KYC or Know Your Customer Checks In the UK When Opening a Company?
KYC checks are needed for the authorities to combat money laundering and terrorism financing. You might unwittingly partner up with clients who are using their business relationship with your company to launder money or facilitate other nefarious projects.
What Are Directors' Duties In The UK?
We bring you through what kind of directors there are, who can become a company director, a director’s duties and what the role entails.
What to Do If You Want To Change Your Financial Year End Date
A company's financial year-end is usually determined by its tax year-end, which runs from 6 April to 5 April of the following year. You do not have to use a specific year-end date. The date of your business year-end is up to you.