How does UKcorporator work?
UKcorporator is different from other company formation websites which generally rely on the user completing a detailed form or series of forms. Instead, UKcorporator asks the user a series of discrete questions. The system is 'intelligent' in the sense that questions are determined having regard to the way the user has answered previous questions. In this way, the system avoids, where possible, asking questions which are not relevant to the user's particular circumstances. For example, if you have answered a question saying that you do not wish to have a company secretary (which, incidentally, is a very common choice) you will not be asked later to provide the name of the company secretary. It is very easy to step through the questions and it does not take long at all. There is guidance available on most of the pages via a hyperlink if you should ever happen to need it.
After you have stepped through the questions, you will be shown a summary of your answers and requested to confirm that the summary is correct. If the summary is incorrect, you may easily go back and change your answers. You will then be asked to pay via a highly secure RBSWorldpay credit card payment page. Immediately you have paid, a set of Adobe PDF documents will be made available electronically to you. These documents are already 'filled in' for you using the information you provided when you answered the questions and they consist of the documents you need for your new company. At this stage, UKcorporator will take over and deliver the incorporation application electronically to the government ('Companies House') on your behalf. This process normally takes just one business day. Once the company formation is complete, you will be notified by an email sending you the 'Certificate of Incorporation'.
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Optional information gathering checklist for company formation.
Company formation and
company registration system for any UK
limited company including
private limited companies - get a certificate of incorporation for a
limited company as well as
articles of association i.e. amended
memorandum of association and other
company formation documents for any such
limited company including
private limited companies, or
Ltd companies as they are known. If you are
setting up a UK company, or seeking a
company formation agent, you may use this system as a complete
company formation and
company registration service. Suitable for any
company structure or
company structures. Also you can
check company name availability online and
available company names generally, and obtain free information on
business name registration via our
register business name information page as well as
Form a ready made English, Scottish, Welsh or Northern Irish company being a private company limited by shares, but not an unlimited company, a public limited company, a private company limited by guarantee, an unlimited company with a share capital or an unlimited company without a share capital, but including
memorandum of association and
articles of association. UK law even allows you to
incorporate a sole director, sole shareholder or sole member corporation.
As you are going through UKcorporator's interactive online interview process, you will have optional 'pop-up' guidance at your fingertips. Further, such guidance will be specifically tailored to the very issue you are then considering. The guidance is very detailed and clear and of a very high standard. Set out below are links (in no particular order) to samples of such guidance -
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