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After forming a UK company, one of your first responsibilities as a business owner is to register for corporation tax.
What this means is you’ll need to register your company for Corporation Tax and registering yourself for Self Assessment. You may also need to register for VAT and PAYE. All of these tax enrolments are carried out online through HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
Following successful registration / incorporation, Companies House will tell HMRC that your new company has been set up. HMRC will then send a standard letter to your registered office address. This will contain important information about your responsibilities and the different taxes you need to register for.
The form will also include your company’s Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR), which you will need to quote whenever you file Company Tax Returns or contact HMRC about your company’s Corporation Tax affairs.
It can be tricky to identify which taxes are appropriate or needed for you or your business. Failure to register on the correct tax system can lead fines and penalties from HMRC.
Ensuring you are registered correctly and under the correct tax scheme in each area can save you any unnecessary hassle and time with HMRC.
We can register you or your company for all UK tax services and a section of ROI tax services.
MJ Kane have a team of accountants dedicated to helping you run your business correctly. In a short call we will be able to identify the taxes you should register for as well as handle these registrations for you.
As a limited company you are legally required to have a registered office with HMRC and Companies House.
A registered address is where company records and registers are stored and acts as the official mailing address of a limited company or Limited Liability Partnership. A registered address is a matter of public record.
As it is kept on public record, MJ Kane’s registered address service is useful for people running their business from home. There are many benefits:
If your business is registered in a different place from where you work, you might be wondering how you’ll receive your mail, since the registered address acts as the official mailing address. Don’t worry, you’ll still get your mail. We will receive your mail, scan it, and send it to its relevant destination.
Contact our offices today to discuss your options.