Company Secretary

At a minimum you are required to register some basic information about your company, such as the details of your directors and your official address, and file annual reports and accounts to disclose your annual income and expenditure.

Registering information about your company and filing annual reports and accounts puts the information in the public domain. This ensures that anyone can find out basic facts and figures about your company. As well as complying with your statutory obligations, this also ensures that your company is run in a transparent and accountable manner.

Taxwell can help you complete and file your company’s annual return and annual accounts, ensuring you never miss a deadline. We can also help keep your company’s paperwork in apple pie order by dealing with company director or secretary changes and any other notifications you have a legal obligation to file.

We can do the following for you:

  • Preparing and filing of the annual return
  • Issuing reminders when annual returns are due
  • File your annual accounts
  • Routine maintenance of statutory register
  • Writing Board Minutes for your meetings
  • Appointing directors for the company
  • Termination of directors of the company
  • Issue and allotment of share capital
  • Maintaining company share register
  • Maining company officers register
The central feature of most unincorporated businesses is personal liability for the sole trader, partner or member of the management committee. That means that those individuals enter into obligations, such as contracts, on behalf of their organisation and they are responsible for its debts and other liabilities.
a private company whose owners are legally responsible for its debts only to the extent of the amount of capital they invested.
A limited liability partnership (LLP) is a partnership in which some or all partners (depending on the jurisdiction) have limited liabilities. It therefore exhibits elements of partnerships and corporations. In an LLP, one partner is not responsible or liable for another partner's misconduct or negligence.