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During the festive period, our offices we will be closed from 2pm on Monday (24.12) till 9:30am on Monday (31.12) when we will re-open. We will be also closed on Tuesday (1.01) for the UK bank holiday. Within this time, there will be no over-the-phone or LiveChat support. Orders for company registration will be processed on the 27th and the 28th, on these days there will also be limited email support. Our office re-opens for business as usual from Wednesday (2.01.2019) Please accept our best wishes of peace and love, health and prosperity.
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Publicity About a Guarantee Company

Publicity about a guarantee company

 
Guarantee Company Setting-Up Service

Publicity about a guarantee company: the name of the company limited by guarantee must be displayed outside its registered office and any other business office at which it carries on its operation. All notepaper of the guarantee company must show its full name as stated on its certificate of incorporation, its registered office address, its business address (if different), its registered number and the fact that it is incorporated in England, Wales, Northern Ireland or Scotland.

One can decide whether to show the names of the directors on the notepaper but, if so, all of the directors should be shown, not just some. If the guarantee company is a charity, this must be stated on the notepaper and it is advisable to include the England or Scottish charity number. Most people who choose to start up in business for themselves do so because they either have a good idea or a special skill which can be turned into a marketable product or service. Few who start up in business are skilled in the increasingly complex legal, accounting or taxation aspects of running a business.

Fortunately, you do not need to be. But you do need the services of people who are both skilled and experienced.