Company limited by guarantee post-formation services in Scotland: a private company limited by guarantee is a non-profit company, used by organisations as a separate legal entity in order to raise money and promote their aims.
You can register a non-profit company in Scotland through Coddan, and whether you have already done this, would like to, or already have a company registered through other means, we offer post-formation services to assist in the effective running of your company limited by guarantee.
The post-incorporation services for the companies limited by guarantee we offer include:
By having Coddan deal with these services for you, you free yourself up to the important task of running your non-profitable business to its full potential. You will be able to focus on your guarantee company's core competency, allowing us to get on with these time consuming tasks which you may not be adept at. Using us is also a cheaper alternative to hiring someone in-house.
Using Coddan not only frees up more time for your business, it also ensures you are getting only the best in expert help and advice to register and run a company limited by guarantee in Scotland. For example, all Scottish businesses are required to complete annual accounts. In order to do this, you require adequate records to be kept - if you have no records to review, you may be put up for assessment, a time consuming and costly process.
By using Coddan, we ensure you have all the records you need. We can either set up the books for you initially to get you going if you feel you would rather keep records yourself, or provide ongoing help and assistance.
We are always up to date on the latest tax legislation, ensuring your strategies are always delivered within the law. We provide a full range of tax services, so whatever your requirements we can create short, medium, and long-term plans for your business. We are also highly effective with VAT matters, and can work with you in order to both improve cash flow, while also remaining fully compliant with EU laws.