Get trading quickly with added protection for £59.99 with our Privacy formation

Everything you need to get going, plus Anti-Fraud protection and 3 months Registered Agent free to protect your privacy.

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masked laughing young female on phone looking through receipts
masked laughing young female on phone looking through receipts

Get trading quickly with added protection for £59.99 with our Privacy formation

Everything you need to get going, plus Anti-Fraud protection and 3 months Registered Agent free to protect your privacy.

What do you get?

Perfect for people who want to get trading quickly, without having to worry about breach of privacy. Get Anti-Fraud protection and 3 months Registered Agent free to ensure that your privacy is totally protected. 

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PSC Register

It’s a legal requirement to make sure that your PSC register is kept up to date. Don’t worry, we’ll look after that for you.

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Anti-Fraud Protection

We’ll make sure that nobody makes unexpected changes to your company’s details via Companies House. 

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3 months Registered Agent free

Keep your address off the public record – use ours! We’ll forward on important mail and even take out the junk!

Includes everything from our ‘No Frills’ and ‘The Extras’ formations

Everyone at LegalZoom stepped up to the plate.

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Want everything taken care of?

With our ‘Peace of Mind’ formations you’ll also get:

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First confirmation statement

You’ll get expert help preparing this. It’s a snapshot of your company that you have to send to Companies House each year.

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A central London address

Your business’s registered address is public. If it’s your home, you might prefer to use our central London address instead.

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Expertise for your application

All our packages make applying to Companies House easy. One of our experts makes sure you get through.

 

Want some help? Give us a call on

0345 122 8103

Mon to Thu: 9am to 5.30pm, Fri: 9am to 5.00pm

Want some help?
Give us a call on

0345 122 8103

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5.30pm

Our formations

  • nofrills package

    £9.99

    No Frills

  • The basic way to register a company with Companies House.
  • extras package

    £19.99

    The Extras

  • See our company formation package designed especially for contractors
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  • privacy package

    £59.99

    Privacy

  • Set up a company that’s ready to start trading.
  • peace of mind package

    £99.99

    Peace of Mind

  • The complete secretarial and compliance package to set up your company.

Frequently asked questions

What’s PAYE?

It stands for Pay As You Earn, and it’s a way of collecting employees’ income tax and national insurance contributions. Employers work out how much tax their employees should pay, and then take it out of their monthly salaries and send it to HMRC. Your company has to register for PAYE if it has any employees (including you) who are paid more than £115 a week.

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/debt-and-money/tax/how-to-pay-income-tax/the-pay-as-you-earn-paye-system/
https://www.gov.uk/paye-for-employers

Do I have to register for VAT?

If your company’s turnover is more than £85,000 a year, or you expect it to be, then you need to register for VAT. Once you’ve registered, you can ask to de-register if your turnover falls below £83,000 a year. Should you register? Read our answer to the next question.

https://www.gov.uk/vat-businesses

What does VAT mean for my business?

It means a bit more hassle, but people take you more seriously (sort of like a nice suit, in some industries). If you register for VAT, then you have to charge it on anything your company sells, but you can also claim it back on most things the company buys. Then, every three months, you give HMRC the VAT you’ve charged minus the VAT you’ve paid. To do that, you need to keep records, and fill in a VAT return for HMRC.

Despite the extra admin, a lot of companies choose to register for VAT even if they don’t have to. That’s because some companies won’t deal with suppliers who aren’t VAT-registered. And not charging VAT tells everyone that your earnings are low. So being VAT-registered is a way of showing people that your business is serious. Also, smaller companies can make the admin simpler by choosing to pay a flat rate of VAT. You can also make it simpler by getting us to help you with it.

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