Your limited company will always remain UK-resident for as long as it exists, and its registered office must always stay in the same country. The only way you can officially move your company’s registration to another country is by dissolving it in the UK (closing it down) and incorporating it through the relevant registrar of
There are a number of different people who must be registered for Self-Assessment, send Self-Assessment tax returns and pay Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions on their taxable income through Self-Assessment, including: Self-employed sole traders. Limited company directors. Shareholders. Partners (members) in general partnerships and limited liability partnerships (LLPs). Employees claiming expenses in excess of £2,500/tax
Company names should be carefully considered before being registered with Companies House. Ideally, you should choose something that effectively conveys the purpose of your business and reflects its values. You must also ensure the name you choose has not been registered by another company and is permitted by law. This can be done easily by using Companies
Limited company formation is the process of incorporating a business at Companies House in the structure of a limited company. Upon incorporation, a private limited company becomes a separate legal entity; an ‘individual’ that is completely distinct from its owners and responsible for its own finances, assets and liabilities.
The majority of routine day-to-day decisions in private limited companies are made by directors. However, significant matters that go beyond the scope of a director’s powers must be addressed by company shareholders. These types of shareholders’ decisions require a resolution to be passed at a general meeting or in writing.