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Downloadable Forms and Useful Links

2) First Tax Return and Accounts 

Online guide to your limited company's first accounts and Company Tax Return.

1) Companies House Forms

A link to GOV.UK that has mulitple links to required Companies House forms e.g. Registration of new companies, Change of accounting dates, Annual Returns Confirmation Statement (CS01), Change of Compnay Name (NM01) etc.

3) Accounts Submission Information

Accounts and tax returns information for private limited companies.

4) Tax Calendar

This calendar should help you establish when main tax deadlines are, including the variable deadlines that you need to consider.

5) Authorise your Accountant to act as Agent.

Use form 64-8 to authorise HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to communicate with an accountant, tax agent or adviser acting on your behalf.

6) VAT Deadlines

Your VAT online account tells you:

•when your VAT Returns are due

•when the payment must clear HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) account

7) PAYE Checklist for New Employees

Use this starter checklist to gather information you need to operate PAYE for a new employee. You can use the checklist to help fill in your first Full Payment Submission for the employee.

8) IR 35 Test

IR35 is the complex set of rules that HMRC uses to work out whether you really are an independent contractor or actually an employee of your client. If you are caught by IR35, you could pay thousands of pounds more in tax, interest and penalties. And also be subject to a time-consuming HMRC investigation. 


Use this FREE TEST which will highlight positive and negative factors about your situation, and your overall level of risk. 

9) How to Declare a Dividend

A short guide on how to declare and minute company Dividends.

10) Supply of Company Car

If you’re an employer tell HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) you’ve provided or withdrawn car benefits for a director or an employee.

11) Share Certificate

A FREE TOOL to generate Share Certificates for Private Limited Companies.


The share certificate is an official company instrument that serves as a receipt for shareholders to indicate ownership of a company’s shares. The certificate can be authorised by signature or by the company’s common seal.

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