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U.K. Private Customers
Private company formation in Ireland on-line: once you've decided what your Irish business is going to do, as in the services and products you'll offer, you need to decide upon a business name registration and make sure there isn't a similar firm already registered with ROI Companies Registrar that could affect your business name registration choice. It's better to do this before you've invested time, money and your emotional involvement into a brand identity that then has to go in the bin.
With a business name fixed and registered, you have to decide on the business structure. This isn't as simple as it may seem and there may be a structure you are simply not aware of that fits your business needs and provides advantages you may not know about. For instance, most people start out as a sole trader or register a private company, and both can be highly effective ways to structure your business.
A limited company registration in Republic of Ireland is a tried-and-trusted method that protects your personal assets in case the business fails, can provide dividend payouts to reduce your tax payments and more.
But the business world evolves constantly and now many companies big and small are taking advantage of limited companies registration in Ireland, and other ways to form a business that protects their assets, their identity and their capital. You can even register a company in Republic of Ireland, which might be the best way to streamline your tax affairs from the start.
Coddan can offer a world of opportunities that you may think are beyond the scope of a small business starting out. We can register an Irish company, provide registered office addresses in Ireland, appoint a local secretary, and more to keep your home and business life separate. We can even provide a full-set up for an Irish company registration for overseas clients, down to business bank accounts and a registered place to store your accounts.
Once the structure is in place there are other factors to consider. Do you want to run the business from your home address in Ireland, or would it be an advantage to have a registered office address from us, which will be registered as your official address with the government authorities?
An annual return must be filed with the Registrar of Companies, together with the appropriate fee. In compliance with the provisions of the Companies Act, the Registrar of Companies may strike off a private company for failing to file an annual return in respect of any one-year off the index. The first annual return date in the case of a newly registered private limited company will be six months from the date of registration. Call us to discuss your needs and see how we can help.