Company Registration Services in the UK
Company Registration Services in the UK
Are you keen to expand your business? Then we suggest you venture into the United Kingdom. The country offers a host of benefits to new and established companies, and the law of the land is business-friendly.
Establishing a company in the UK is simple. One can set up a limited company in a matter of just 24 hours. Just one Shareholder or Director could initiate the process of setting up a company, and she or he need not be a resident of the country. Setting up a company in the UK comes with many advantages. The shareholder can’t be held liable in the event of any debt or failure of the business. Also, once the entity’s corporate name has been incorporated, the Government is responsible for protecting it and others are restrained from using that name. There are no restrictions about owning or holding properties for corporates in the UK. The country also has certain tax treaties in place, and the Government ensures that established Businesses are offered unilateral relief from double taxation.
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What types of Companies are possible to be established in the UK?
A Public Limited Company is owned by its shareholders (or single shareholder) and run by its directors, each benefiting from limited liability. A public limited company is the only type of business in the UK that can, if it chooses, offer its shares to the public to raise funds for commercial use.
Most private companies registered in the UK are companies “limited by shares”. One of the major incentives for such a company structure is that it exists as a separate legal entity from the individual owner. Since a limited company is a distinct legal entity that is comprehensively separate from the company’s owners, the company itself holds responsibility for its finances and debts.
They are a company that runs on a not-for-profit basis. Companies limited by guarantee are a good choice for charity organizations, or any community-based group such as clubs and societies, or community projects with specific goals in mind.
An unlimited company is very much like a regular private company limited by shares. It must be registered with Companies House and have a memorandum and articles of association. There’s a director that manages the day-to-day running of the company on behalf of the shareholders.
A limited liability partnership (LLP) is a partnership with limited liability for its members. It has the flexibility of a partnership and is taxed as a partnership. An LLP is a formal structure that requires a written partnership agreement and usually comes with annual reporting requirements depending on your legal jurisdiction.
The Industrial and Provident Society (IPS) is a type of Mutual Society. It is a legal form with a long history, which can be used for organizations that conduct an industry, business, or trade either as a co-operative or for the benefit of the community.
A Royal Charter is an instrument of incorporation, granted by The Queen, which confers independent legal personality on an organization and defines its objectives, constitution, and powers to govern its own affairs. The terms of each Charter are therefore somewhat different, depending on the individual requirements of the type of organization that is being incorporated.
Those of you who are already running a successful business in the UAE can think about expanding their reach in the United Kingdom. The UK is offering immense opportunities to potential companies with many benefits and tax rebates. A successful business in Dubai can make a super successful business in the UK
Checklist for setting up a company in the UK
Now that you have made up your mind to set up your business in the UK let us also explore certain things that you should keep in mind before you embark on the journey!
Our business checklist covers the essential steps for making a thorough plan to set up your company in the UK
Documents Required for Incorporation of the Business in the UK
Find below a list of Documents that are needed to set up your business in the UK. And make sure to have them handy.
Any successful business needs a blueprint and a proper guidance, to begin with. If you are ready to take the first step, we are with you to guide you in the right direction. Establishing your business in the UK is going to be a fulfilling and satisfactory experience.
What makes YouFirst unique?
Are you looking to register a company in a simple step-by-step process, with support and guidance all around? Then you’re in the right place at YouFirst! Whether you’re just starting up or looking for support in Company Formation, YouFirst can help you in every step of the way.