Year on year, the e-commerce industry continues to boom with more and more companies moving to the web. The rapid pace of business is amplified… Read More »5 e-commerce trend predictions for 2015
All limited companies in the UK must submit an Annual Return form (AR01) to Companies House every year.
The Annual Return provides a snapshot of general information about your company, including details of directors and company secretary if you have appointed one, the registered office, share capital and shareholdings.
Read More »The Annual Return – Form AR01, what it is and how to file it (archived)
Business is all about partnerships – public-private partnerships, supplier relationships, collaboration with colleagues and competitors, and of course the way you work with your customers.
Read More »Why it is important to have a Partnership Agreement
From 1st October 2007, new VAT invoicing regulations came into play which some small companies may not be aware of. From this date onwards, all… Read More »VAT registered businesses should use sequential invoice numbers
Credit limit application forms are a useful way of finding out the financial capabilities of a new client or customer, before you agree to provide them with any form of credit.
Read More »Using ‘Credit Limit Application Forms’ for new customers – the factors you need to consider
To form a limited company in the UK, you must complete Form IN01. In this article, we look at the information Form IN01 captures, and how this information is used by Companies House.
Read More »Forming a limited company – overview of Form IN01