Post limited partnership formation in Scotland: once you have managed to form your limited partnership (LP) in Scotland, this is just the beginning of a number of processes that are required to keep your organisation or business in good standing. At Coddan Ltd, we have a team of highly skilled and experienced individuals that can take care of a wide variety of reporting and accounting practices, and you can take advantage of this professionalism in order to concentrate on your own vital business activities. Alternatively, if you are also in need of the initial Scottish limited partnership formation as well, this is something that we can handle.
A full list of our Scottish LP post-formation services is available by visiting our website, and one of the most important of these is the drafting and submission of official documents to Companies House. In order for any LP in Scotland to remain in good standing, tax return need to be submitted to the HMRC institution, and the team at Coddan Ltd can make sure that all documentation is put forward in a format that is both valid and legal.
Many financial institutions insist that a partnership is in "good standing", and this activity plays a significant role in this process of official recognition. In a similar manner, submissions to HMRC for tax returns will also need to be handled in a prompt manner, and we offer a range of tax return services.
If your LP registered in Scotland and requires a business bank account, this is also something that the team at Coddan Ltd has a wealth of experience in. For banking facilities that are based in the UK, we can assist you with the completion and submission of the necessary paperwork, and we are also able to provide key insights and advice about getting a corporate account set up abroad.
Malta, Switzerland and New Zealand are popular bank account locations for our clients, and we can also provide assistance with the same process in a number of other offshore territories.