CREATE YOUR COMPANY
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.
FURTHER SERVICE
UK Company Formation
After Start Up
ABS is much more than just the leading Companies Formation Agent – we have a network of products and services that can help you running and developing your business. ABS provides a full range of professional services:


LTD COMPANY
Are you ready for LTD Start Up?
With this package you can start trading as self employer straight away. You must fill out just only one form and you can start do a business. This package includes:
Introduction to Inland Revenue
Registration as a self employer
Guidance about self employment
Free self employment bookshop
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With this package you can start trading as self employer straight away. This package offers you a prestigious street address (central London) that can provide a polished image for your business and allow you to keep your business and personal lives separate. You must fill out just only one form and you can start do a business. This package includes:
Introduction to Inland Revenue
Registration as a self employer
Registered Address for one year
Free mails forwarding to any UK region
Guidance about self employment
Free self employment bookshop
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SELF EMPLOYED
Legal Requirements
Setting up as a self-employed sole trader is the simplest and quickest way to start a one-person business.  Record keeping and accounting is straightforward, and there are the benefits of being your own boss. This guide explains the consequences - and the legal requirements - of setting up as a sole trader. You will also find out how to meet your responsibilities for paying your own tax and National Insurance. Finally, our checklist will help you make sure that you have put your business on a proper legal footing.
As a sole trader you will have to pay income tax on any profits from your business. You must fill in a self-assessment tax return each year, detailing your income and expenses. Make sure you register as self-employed with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) as soon as you start up in business on your own. If you fail to do this within the first three full months of becoming self-employed, you may have to pay a penalty of £100.
You'll have to make flat-rate Class 2 National Insurance contributions (NICs) throughout the year. If your annual profits are over a certain amount you will have to pay Class 4 NICs.