A Confirmation statement is a review of followings;
Confirmation Statement is legally required to be filed to Companies House once a year. Every company needs to send CSO1 to Companies House to verify the company's information, including Dormant Companies. However, it shouldn't be confused with Annual Accounts, as annual accounts present financial activities, profits, and assets of your company.
You are also obliged to file your confirmation statement to Companies House when there are any major changes, covering one of the segments above, for instance, an amendment about the company's name or its registered office address.
As per Companies House rules, non-filing of confirmation statement is a criminal offence. Please click here to know more details.
It's very easy to file a confirmation statement online with us. It takes maximum 1 day and costs you only £40+vat, including Companies House fees.
Once you share your company's generic details with us, such as its registered office address, director information, share capital and so on, we'll be able to confirm the information you provided us online with Companies House.
To file a confirmation statement online, follow the link here.
According to Companies House's official record as of June 2016, a person with significant control (PSC) is "the person who own or control companies including their name, month and year of birth, nationality, and details of their interest in the company. From 30 June 2016, UK companies (except listed companies) and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) need to declare this information when issuing their annual confirmation statement to Companies House."
In other words, a person with significant control is someone who holds at least 25% of shares or voting rights of the company.
Companies House entailed PSC registration to make UK companies more transparent over the ownership of businesses and to inform investors about their prospective investee. Our experts are here to help you for identifying your PSC to Companies House to avoid any bad impression and misinformation regarding your company on Companies House.
A dividend is a payment made by a company to its shareholders either as a distribution or as profits. It can be paid in fixed date or as one-off depending on your company type. Although its a simple and tax efficient way of taking out money from the company, however, you have to maintain the requisite compliance records such as Dividend voucher etc. There are few dates need to be taken into consideration when processing a dividend;
Our expert accountants at Online Account Filing help you completely with managing the Dividend related compliance with ease.