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UK Incorporation
You can now register your own UK company more easily, quickly and cost effectively then ever. Use our online service, or call the office, and your application will be submitted to Companies House instantly. You can start trading within 4h. We offer clean company formation.
SPECIAL SERVICE
For You Company
Register as a Self Employer
Our company can help you with registration as a self employer. Please see our service. Setting up as a self-employed sole trader is the simplest and quickest way to start a one-person business.
LTD Company Registration
Now with our company you can register your LTD company within 6-8 hours. This is on line registration. Your company will be register with your choice of companies’ officers and address. Price starts from £25.00!
PLC Company within 6-8h
Our company will form your PLC company within 6-8 hours. This is on line registration. Your company will be register with your choice all company officers and address. There is only one application to fill out.
Why not a LLP?
Our company will help you to register Limited Liability Partnership. Formation usually takes 7 days. Your company will be register with your choice all company members and address.
Accountancy
Our company will support your company in accountancy and bookkeeping service. We will care about your TAX, VAT Return. We will process your payrolls, vat applications. We will take care about your finance. Let us help you.
Registered Address Service
Our company offers prestigious street address in central London that can provide a polished image for your business and allow you to keep your business and personal lives separate. If you do not have UK address this is perfect solution for you.
Nominee Secretary Service
ABS can provide a nominee company secretary for your private limited company. The nominee company secretary service is ideal for sole directors unable to find someone to take on this role.
Apostille and Legalization
Do you need special documents certify by Companies House with apostille legalization. Please review our service.
VAT Registration
If you wish we can register your company for VAT on your behalf, by using the VAT Online Registration Service.
Companies House Web Filing
All registered companies are required to submit a variety of information on their business activities. Also you need notify Companies House about all changes in your company. If you do not provide this information your company will be proposed for liquidation. Our company offers Companies House Filing Service - with this service you can amend all necessary information. With this service you can promptly fulfil Companies' House requirements.
Opening Bank Account
All companies after company formation in order to start trading need to open bank account. ABS can offer you introductions to all of the major UK banks
Phone Numbers
We are one of the UK's leading suppliers of Non Geographic Numbers, Memorable Numbers, Geographic Numbers and Premium Rate Numbers. All of our Numbers can be Routed to Landline or Mobile Destinations anywhere in the World, or be used as an Inbound Number or as a Fax to Email Number




BUSINESS TAXES
Introduction
What are my tax and accounting responsibilities?
If you've started a new business, or are thinking about starting a business, you need to think about your responsibilities to Inland Revenue: when and how much tax your company need to pay. Rates, thresholds and fees, as well as rules and regulations, can alter annually with changes being announced in the Budget and usually implemented from the beginning of a tax year. Over a year, a business owner has to make certain reports (returns) and payments to various government bodies. Some of these reports are made at the end of the tax year, some are made at the end of what is called an "accounting period" while others are made quarterly or monthly.
I want to become self employed
Income tax and National Insurance
As a sole trader you have to:
- register with HM Revenue & Customs as self-employed
- complete a self assessment tax return every year
- Pay Class 2 and Class 4 National Insurance Contributions (NICs)
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: Income tax self assessment
VAT
As a VAT registered business you have to complete a VAT return form for each tax period, usually every three months. This details how much VAT you:
- have charged your customers
- have been charged by your suppliers
- owe HM Revenue & Customs or are owed by them.
You will be sent your VAT Return towards the end of your tax period. You must return the form and payment (if appropriate), normally no later than one month after the end of your tax period. Please see VAT Guide to find out if you need to be register for VAT.
PAYE deductions and National Insurance
If you employ staff in you company you need to pay PAYE and National Insurance. If your business pays more than £1,500 per month to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you must make monthly payments of PAYE and National Insurance. Please make a payment till 19th of each month. If your business pays less than £1,500 per month to HMRC, you may make payments of PAYE and National Insurance every three months. Every year you will have to complete the following:
- P35 employer's end of year return
- P60 employee's end of year summary
- P14 employee's end of year summary
- P11D return of expenses and benefits
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: PAYE and NI
I will be in partnership
Income tax and National Insurance
As a partnership you have to:
- register with HM Revenue & Customs as self-employed
- complete a partnership self assessment tax return every year
Each partner has to:
- complete a self assessment tax return every year
- pay their own Class 2 and Class 4 National Insurance contributions (NICs)
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: Income tax self assessment
VAT
As a VAT registered business you have to complete a VAT return form for each tax period, usually every three months. This details how much VAT you:
-have charged your customers
-have been charged by your suppliers
-owe HM Revenue & Customs or are owed by them.
You will be sent your VAT Return towards the end of your tax period. You must return the form and payment (if appropriate), normally no later than one month after the end of your tax period. Please see VAT Guide to find out if you need to be register for VAT.
PAYE deductions and National Insurance
If you employ staff in you company you need to pay PAYE and National Insurance. If your business pays more than £1,500 per month to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you must make monthly payments of PAYE and National Insurance. Please make a payment till 19th of each month. If your business pays less than £1,500 per month to HMRC, you may make payments of PAYE and National Insurance every three months. Every year you will have to complete the following:
-P35 employer's end of year return
-P60 employee's end of year summary
-P14 employee's end of year summary
-P11D return of expenses and benefits
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: PAYE and NI
I want to register Private Limited Company (LTD)
Corporation tax
As a private limited company you have to:
- complete a corporation tax return (form CT600) every year
- supply a set of accounts with your form CT600
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: Corporation tax
Companies House filing
As a private limited company you have to:
- complete an Annual Return form every year
- supply a signed set of accounts to Companies House every year
VAT
As a VAT registered business you have to complete a VAT return form for each tax period, usually every three months. This details how much VAT you:
- have charged your customers
- have been charged by your suppliers
- owe HM Revenue & Customs or are owed by them.
You will be sent your VAT Return towards the end of your tax period. You must return the form and payment (if appropriate), normally no later than one month after the end of your tax period. Please see VAT Guide to find out if you need to be register for VAT.
PAYE deductions and National Insurance
If you employ staff in you company you need to pay PAYE and National Insurance. If your business pays more than £1,500 per month to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you must make monthly payments of PAYE and National Insurance. Please make a payment till 19th of each month. If your business pays less than £1,500 per month to HMRC, you may make payments of PAYE and National Insurance every three months. Every year you will have to complete the following:
- P35 employer's end of year return
- P60 employee's end of year summary
- P14 employee's end of year summary
- P11D return of expenses and benefits
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: PAYE and NI
I want to register Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Income tax and National Insurance
As a limited liability partnership (LLP) you have to:
- register with HM Revenue & Customs as self-employed
- complete a partnership self assessment tax return every year
Each partner has to:
- complete a self assessment tax return every year
- pay their own Class 2 and Class 4 National Insurance contributions (NICs)
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: Income tax self assessment
Companies House filing
As a private limited company you have to:
- complete an Annual Return form every year
- supply a signed set of accounts to Companies House every year
VAT
As a VAT registered business you have to complete a VAT return form for each tax period, usually every three months. This details how much VAT you:
- have charged your customers
- have been charged by your suppliers
- owe HM Revenue & Customs or are owed by them.
You will be sent your VAT Return towards the end of your tax period. You must return the form and payment (if appropriate), normally no later than one month after the end of your tax period. Please see VAT Guide to find out if you need to be register for VAT.
PAYE deductions and National Insurance
If you employ staff in you company you need to pay PAYE and National Insurance. If your business pays more than £1,500 per month to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you must make monthly payments of PAYE and National Insurance. Please make a payment till 19th of each month. If your business pays less than £1,500 per month to HMRC, you may make payments of PAYE and National Insurance every three months. Every year you will have to complete the following:
- P35 employer's end of year return
- P60 employee's end of year summary
- P14 employee's end of year summary
- P11D return of expenses and benefits
For straightforward guidance on these subjects, see our guides on: PAYE and NI