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Limited companies – what is a registered office?

September 27, 2011

By law, every company in the UK must have a registered office – this is a physical address in the UK where the company can receive documents from Companies House and other organisations.

What does a limited company secretary do?

September 27, 2011

The role of limited company secretary is essentially an administrative one, but can involve a number of important responsibilities depending on the wishes of the company’s directors.

What limited companies need to send to Companies House

September 27, 2011

When setting up or running a UK company, the company directors and/or the company secretary (if appointed) are responsible for sending information to Companies House to ensure that the Registry is up-to-date. This may include changes in company details, or the submission of accounts.

Limited company formations rise following two year slump

July 13, 2010

The number of new companies has started to rise again following two years of steep falls caused by the banking crisis, according to a Top 25 accountancy firm.

How many business enterprises are there in the UK?

October 2, 2008

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released its latest report on the number of registered businesses in the UK. There was a 3% rise in business enterprise numbers in the year to March 2008.