- The name, registered office and trading address of the company
- Nature of the business
- Date to which the tax accountants intend to prepare the company accounts
- The contact details for the directors and their tax reference numbers
- Any PAYE obligations
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A concern for many company directors of new UK company formations is making sure that they fulfil all the necessary tax requirements relating to the limited company formation. After you register a company you will be sent a CT41G form (Corporation Tax - Information for New Companies) from HM Revenue and Customs. You will be contacted with regards to tax registration whether or not your company formation will be actively trading from the date of incorporation. It is your duty to inform them whether you intend to trade and therefore be liable for tax. This form details some of the basic information HM Revenue & Customs will need to obtain to set up their records concerning the company formation. Some of the information required includes:
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