Company Formations

Form your new company quickly online with Wisteria Formations

Wisteria's company formation service allows you to incorporate your company instantly for as little as £24.99. Wisteria can continue to support your business with a host of optional professional services:

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  • Accountancy & business advice
  • Business plans
  • Tax advice
  • Company secretary
  • Registered office and mail forwarding
  • VAT registration / PAYE registration
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Simple process with videos to guide you

Wisteria Formations allows you to register a company instantly in 10 easy steps. View our company registration video to learn more.

We are one of the leading UK Company Formations agents and we are part of Wisteria Chartered Accountants so you can be safe in the knowledge that our formations service is quick, reliable and trustworthy.

When it comes to Company Formations we provide the best value for money.

For only £24.99 our Company Formations service has all of these benefits:

  • It's Quick - Your company is immediately incorporated online.
  • It's Easy - Our 10 simple, video guided steps make the process really easy.
  • No Red Tape - We work directly with Companies House on your behalf to form your company.
  • Peace of Mind - As part of Wisteria Chartered Accountants, we are regulated by ICAEW.
  • Free Telephone Support - For all our customers from our London offices throughout the formation process.
  • No Hidden Costs - What you see is what you get.

Company Formations with Wisteria could not be more simple. We have a video guided process that explains each step in detail as you go:

  • Step 1 - A few details about yourself (phone no. / email etc)
  • Step 2 - Search for free to see if your desired Company Name is available
  • Step 3 - Tell us who the directors of your company are
  • Step 4 - Provide us with details of the Company Secretary (if applicable)
  • Step 5 - Assign shares in your company (normally to yourself and directors)
  • Step 6 - Provide us with some details of the directors
  • Step 7 - Provide us with the address of your registered office
  • Step 8 - Optional step to create a bank account for your new company
  • Step 9 - Optional step to select services to help your new business such as book-keeping, accountancy, tax planning, business plan writing, etc.
  • Step 10 - Payment for your Company Formation

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"It was all so easy. It is such a well designed website. In minutes I had completed the forms. The next day I had printed Certificates of Incorporation in my hand."

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Company Formations Tips and Articles

Wisteria Formations - Christmas Holiday Period

23rd December 2014

Thank You for visiting Wisteria Formations.

Please be aware that Wisteria Formations will be operating a limited service from 24th December 2014 until 2nd January 2015.

During the holiday period, Companies House will also be reducing their service meaning that responses will be delayed.

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Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause you regarding your company registration.

In the event of an urgent enquiry, please contact

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The team at Wisteria wish you a Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year.

Kind Regards,

The Wisteria Formations Team
Non-UK resident setting up a UK private limited company

3rd December 2014

If you are non-UK resident and would like to incorporate a UK limited company, you can take advantage of our easy online formation process with expert support. Our basic package costs just £24.99 and includes the incorporation of your company with Companies House and electronic copies of the key company documents. In addition to this, you can take advantage of our  free bank referral service and a one hour accountancy, tax and business advice meeting with one of our Chartered Accountants, tax or business advisers.

You do not have to be a UK resident to be a director or a shareholder of a UK private limited company. However, all UK private limited companies are required to have a registered office in the UK. The registered office of a company is the legal address that is entered in the official register of the Registrar of Companies. All government and court communication is addressed here. If you would like to incorporate a private limited company in the UK but do not have access to a UK address you might want to take advantage of our registered office and post-forwarding service. For just £120 per annum our London address will be filed at and published by Companies House as the official address of your company.  Included in this price, we will send you any statutory mail via scan and email. You will also be able to use our address as the service address of all directors and shareholders of your company to prevent your residential address being published by Companies House. If you require a telephone number in the UK, we can provide you with a referral to a virtual office service.

For all UK private limited companies, personal finances must be kept separately from company finances. Therefore, you may need to set up a business bank account for your new company. Non-UK residents can experience difficulty opening a UK business bank account as many banks require a direct point of contact in the UK with someone who is directly related to the company, for example a director. At Wisteria Formations we can provide you with a free bank referral to one of our contacts at Metro Bank or Barclays who may be able to assist you in opening a UK business bank account.

Non-UK resident

As in many countries, there are laws and regulations that UK private limited companies must adhere to. If you are not familiar with UK company law, it may be beneficial to appoint a Company Secretary in the UK. At Wisteria Formations we provide a company secretarial service for £120 per annum. You will be able to appoint us as your company secretary and we can help you to ensure that your company is compliant with UK company law. We will send you reminders of when your annual returns and accounts are due and hold and maintain your company registers. For additional fees, we can also provide other services such as completing and filing your annual return and governance and compliance advice.

All UK private limited companies must pay corporation tax on its taxable profits. If your company is based in the UK, it pays corporation tax on all its profits from the UK and abroad. If your company isn’t based in the UK but has an office or branch here, it only pays Corporation Tax on profits from its UK activities. Taxable profits include the money your company makes from doing business, investments and selling assets for more than they cost. You must complete and return corporation tax forms to HMRC and pay the correct amount of corporation tax.  In addition to this, all directors of UK registered companies must file a personal self-assessment tax return.

You can only charge VAT on the goods and services sold by your business if your business is registered for VAT. VAT can be charged on taxable supplies which include things like business sales, hiring or loaning goods to someone or selling business assets. You can register for VAT voluntarily if you sell VAT taxable supplies. At Wisteria our tax team can assist you in completing your VAT registration for £120. You must register for VAT with HMRC if your business’ VAT taxable turnover is more than the current VAT registration threshold.

As a non-UK resident setting up a UK private limited company, you may also benefit from the following additional products and services that we provide at Wisteria Formations:

  • PAYE registration

  • Hard copies of the company’s documents

  • Document notarisation

  • Company Seal

  • Certificate of Good Standing

All UK private limited companies must also file a set of accounts every year.  As a Chartered Accountancy firm, we provide a large range of accountancy and bookkeeping services. You can find out more information about our services at

As a firm of Chartered Accountants, tax and business advisers, Wisteria can help you with all your business needs. If you need any further information, please email or call us on 020 8951 6347 to book a consultation.
What is share capital?

8th September 2014

Share capital is funds raised by a company by issuing shares in return for cash or other consideration. All private limited companies are owned by at least one shareholder and therefore have a share capital consisting of one or more share classes. If the company does have different share classes, the articles of association of the company will set out  the rights relating to the shares in each class. The most common share classes and their usual rights are:

  • Preference shares: These carry a preferential right to a fixed rate dividend expressed as a percentage of the nominal value of the shares. Shareholders of preference shares get the same rate of dividend every year unless the profits of the company are insufficient to pay the preference share dividends.

  • Cumulative preference shares: These shares provide that if a company has insufficient profits to pay a dividend on preference shares, the dividend not paid will be paid in subsequent years when the company’s profits improve.

  • Ordinary shares: These rank after preference shares as regards dividends. The shareholders of ordinary shares are paid a dividend if enough money is left once preference shareholders are paid. However, unlike holders of preference shares, ordinary shareholders usually get voting rights.

  • Non-voting or B shares: These are a type of ordinary share with restricted voting rights.

Share Capital

On registration of a company that has a share capital, a statement of capital and initial shareholdings must be submitted to the Registrar of Companies. This must include the total number of shares to be taken on incorporation by the subscribers of the memorandum, the aggregate nominal value of those shares, the rights attached to each class of share, the total number of shares in each class and the aggregate nominal value of shares in each class, the amount to be paid up by shareholders and the amount to be unpaid on each share.

Issued share capital is the total capital that has been issued and taken up by the shareholders of the company. It is expressed as the aggregate nominal value of the shares issued. A company can increase its issued share capital by issuing more shares, as long as the articles of association allow it. In addition, as stated in Parts 17 and 18 of the Companies Act 2006, a company can subdivide or consolidate its share capital, reconvert stocks into shares, redeem shares, purchase its own shares and reduce its share capital.

If you have any queries related to share capital, share classes or company formations please email or call us on 0844 893 0808.
What is PAYE and Payroll?

2nd September 2014

PAYE stands for ‘Pay As You Earn’, it is HM Revenue & Customs’ system to collect Income Tax and National Insurance contributions from employees. Income Tax and National Insurance are deducted from employee’s salary based on their earnings. You’re exempt from PAYE if none of your employees earns £111 or more a week, gets expenses and benefits, has another job or gets a pension. However, you still have to keep payroll records.

Income tax

As an employer, you should use your employee’s tax code and national insurance contributions category letter to calculate the amount of Income Tax and National Insurance contributions to deduct from their pay at each pay period. Payments to your employees include their salary or wages alongside tips, bonuses and statutory sick or maternity pay. Deductions may include student loan repayments and pension contributions alongside their tax and National Insurance. If your employee earns over a certain threshold, this will also tell you how much Class 1 National Insurance contribution you owe as an employer. These amounts should be paid to HMRC monthly or quarterly.

HMRC now requires that employers report PAYE information in real time. This means employers must use payroll software to set up payroll records for the new tax year. Your payroll software should automatically deduct tax and submit a Full Payment Submission online on or before each payday. This will inform HMRC of payments you have made to employees and any other tax or deductions. This must be done regardless of how much an individual is paid or their time working at your company. However, if you are an employer with nine or fewer employees, PAYE information can be reported on or before the last payday in the month until April 2016.

You can operate PAYE yourself using payroll software. Alternatively, you can pay a payroll provider such as an accountant to run payroll for you. However, regardless of whether you use a payroll provider, you are still responsible for collecting and keeping records of all your employee’s details. These details are needed by your payroll provider in order to run payroll for you. Some payroll providers also offer additional support such as making payments to HMRC and providing payslips. As an employer you are legally responsible for completing all PAYE tasks even if you pay someone else to do them.

If you have any questions or queries related to PAYE, payroll or company formations please email or call us on 020 8951 6347.
Company Names and Sensitive Words

27th August 2014

Every company must be registered with a unique name. For a private limited company, the name must end in ‘Limited’ or ‘Ltd’. This appears in the title of the Memorandum and Articles of Association for identification purposes. The unique name can be rejected by Companies House if it is offensive, contains sensitive words or is too similar to another company name.

Sensitive words are those that give the impression the company is connected to the local or central government or those that need the consent of the Secretary of State. Examples of sensitive words include university, charity, police, bank and NHS. In addition, sensitive words can be those that imply that a company operates in multiple countries, such as ‘International’ or as part of a group, such as ‘Holdings’.

Company name

It is the responsibility of the person forming the company to check the Companies House index of names to ensure the company name is not the same as an existing company. If a company is registered with a name that is the same (or similar) to another company, within 12 months of registration the new company may be instructed to change its name within such a period specified by the Secretary of State. A company can change its name by special resolution or by other means as provided in the articles of association. This is usually done by authorising the directors to approve the change by directors resolution. The name change takes effect on the issue of the Certificate of Change of Name by the Registrar of Companies. Further guidance can be found on the Companies House website.

In addition to this, if there is a company incorporated outside of Great Britain that has a place of business in Great Britain, the name used may need to be changed if too similar to the name of a company already in Great Britain.

If you have any queries related to company names, sensitive words or company formations please email or call us on 0844 893 0808.
Advantages and disadvantages of setting up as a sole trader or a limited company

19th August 2014

A limited company is one owned by its shareholders. Limited companies provide the shareholders with limited liability meaning that there is a separate legal identity between the shareholders and the company. Consequently, shareholders of a limited company limit their liability to pay off the company’s debts beyond the amount that they have paid for their shares. Limited companies are legally registered and regulated therefore they generally have a greater corporate identity and are often thought to be more professional than other types of business. Further to this, a limited company may find it easier to raise funds as shares can be sold for investments. They are also often easier to sell than sole traders.

On the other hand, Companies House requires that a limited company files certain business information with them which is available for the public to see. This means that limited companies usually have less privacy than a sole trader. In addition to this, administration costs tend to be greater in limited companies than they would be for a sole trader. This is because limited companies must ensure that they comply with company law and often need professional accountancy services to assist them with the filing of accounts and tax returns.


A sole trader is a business owned and run by a single individual. Benefits of trading as a sole trader include that the owner makes all decisions on the management of the business and consequently has complete control over it. As well as this, the owner personally owns all assets used within the business. The accounts of a sole trader are fairly simple and the owner is required to annually submit an individual self-assessment tax return alongside VAT and payroll returns when required. Sole traders often have reduced administration costs as accounts and tax returns are less complex than those for a limited company. Finally, a further benefit of a sole trader is that there are usually no requirements to make information public.

However, a sole trader has unlimited liabilities. This means that there is no separate legal identity between the owner and the business. Therefore, the owner bears all legal obligations for the company and its debts. As a company grows this usually becomes more risky, therefore it will often be better to trade as a limited company later in a business’s life. When trading as a sole-trader the owner is self-employed and hence is taxed personally on the business’ income and capital gains. This can often mean that  the tax payable may be greater than if the business was a limited company. In addition to this, it can be harder to gain investments when trading as a sole trader as the credit rating of the business relies on that of the owner. Also, unlike with limited companies, there are no shares to be sold to raise investments.

If you would like more information about choosing the best business structure  or would like assistance setting up a limited company please email or call us on 0844 893 0808.
What is a Registered Office and why is it important?

15th August 2014

The registered office of a company is the legal address that is entered in the official register of the Registrar of Companies. All government and court communication is addressed here. When applying to register a company one of the basic requirements is to know whether the registered office will be situated in England and Wales (or Wales), Scotland or Northern Ireland. The location of the registered office must be in the same jurisdiction in which the firm is registered. For example, if a company is to be located in England and Wales, the registered office address must be in either England or Wales. The registered office address given must also be consistent with the domicile stated in the company’s memorandum of association.

A company’s registered office address is filed at and published by Companies House and must appear on all company stationery such as company letterheads, business cards and websites. Due to this, it is usually not advisable to use your home address as the company’s registered office address. Instead, an office or business address could be used. It is also common for a firm to pay a fee to use another company’s address as its registered office, such as their accountant or lawyer.

A company can change its registered office by giving notice of the change to the Registrar of Companies using the relevant form. However, a firm must still have access to their old registered office address for the first 14 days after the change of address has been filed with Companies House, as documents may validly be served there during this period. Following the change of address all documents which refer to the registered office must be updated by the company, for example the company letterhead. As well as this, the company’s registers must be moved to the new address.

Registered Office

If you do not want to use your home address or are a non-UK citizen looking to set up a UK company, Wisteria Formations offer a registered office service. Wisteria’s address will therefore need to appear on all of your company stationery and will be visible within the Companies House database. If you have any questions or queries related to registered office addresses or company formations please email us at or call us on 0844 893 0808.
What are allowable business expenses?

30th June 2014

It is important to remember for a limited company, the owner and the company are two different entities. When a company has been incorporated a number of costs and expenses are incurred. These costs and expenses are entered as business expenses. These costs can be taken from the business account to work out company profits. However, only certain expenses can be deducted as not all expenses are allowable for tax purposes.

The costs paid with the sole purpose of earning business profits are known as allowable business expenses. These costs do not include money paid for non-business uses or for personal purposes. Common allowable expenses can include cost of stock, premises costs, payroll costs, repairs, motor and travel expenses, finance costs, administration costs and professional fees.

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A business expense is usually allowable if it meets the following conditions:

  • The expense is not capital expenditure

  • The expense is not specifically non-allowable

  • The expense is wholly and exclusively for business purposes

Examples of allowable expenses related to accountancy, legal and other professional fees are accountants, solicitors, surveyors, architects and other professional indemnity insurance premiums. Examples of non-allowable expenses are legal costs of buying property and large items of equipment. Additionally, the costs of settling tax disputes and fines for breaking the law are non-allowable.

Sometimes expenditure is incurred for both business and private purposes. Expenditure for mixed private and business purpose is non-allowable expenditure. However, if you can separate between the business and private purposes, the business part can be included in the allowable expenses.

VAT affects the amount that is included in the allowable expenses. Value added tax (VAT) is an indirect tax on transactions. It is a consumption tax that is charged on taxable supplies of goods and services made in the UK, by a taxable person, in the course of business. If the company is VAT registered, the net amount (expense less VAT) is used to reduce the turnover; however this can only be done if the VAT on the expense is recoverable. If the company is not VAT registered, the total amount spent on the expenses including VAT is used.

If you have any questions or queries related to allowable business expenses or tax services, company formations, company secretarial services or accounting services please email or call us on 0844 893 0808.
What are dividends and how are UK dividends taxed?

20th June 2014

The sum of money paid by a company to its shareholders from the company’s profits after the corporation tax has been deducted is known as a dividend. A dividend is allocated as a fixed amount per share, where shareholders receive a dividend in proportion to their shareholdings. The profits that are not distributed to shareholders as dividends are known as retained earnings. A company cannot declare dividends when it does not make profits, because dividends can only be made out of profits. If the company does pay out a dividend other than from the company’s profits these dividends are known as illegal dividends and in some cases the directors could be personally liable to repay an illegal dividend.

The usual forms of dividend payment are:

Cash dividends – This is the most common form of payment, it is in the form of investment income and is usually taxable to the recipient in the year that they are paid.

Stock dividends - This form of payment is paid out in the form of additional shares of the issuing company.

Stock dividend distributions - These shares usually increase the market capitalisation and total value of the company, however these shares reduce the original cost basis per share.

Property dividends – This form of payment is relatively rare and paid out in the form of assets.

An interim dividend is a payment made to shareholders before a company’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and final financial statements. Whereas a final dividend is declared by referring to the company’s final set of accounts for the year. It is important when declaring an interim dividend to ensure that there are sufficient profits available to pay shareholders, as unlike with final dividends there will not be a final set of accounts to refer to.

Tax is paid at different rates on UK dividends. There are three different income Tax rates on UK dividends. The rate paid by an individual depends on the overall taxable income. Tax needs to be paid if the taxable income falls within or above the basic or higher rate Income Tax limits. For the tax year 2014 to 2015, the basic rate Income Tax limit is £31, 865 and the higher rate Income Tax limit is £150,000. Dividends received from a company, unit trusts or open-ended investment company are usually all taxed the same way.

If you have any questions or queries related to dividends, tax on UK dividends or tax services, company formations, company secretarial services or accounting services please email or call us on 0844 893 0808.
What is a virtual office and what are the advantages of using one?

17th June 2014

When setting up a company there are a number of expenses incurred and using a virtual office is one of the ways to decrease these expenses. Small businesses and start-up companies can benefit from virtual office services, because using the service means that larger expenses, such as setting up a physical office and appointing someone to be a receptionist or answer calls can be avoided. Virtual office services can also benefit individuals who would like to work from home at the beginning of their company’s life and therefore are not yet ready to set up a physical office. Start-up companies and small businesses that use virtual office service can seem more professional, for example by having someone available to take a message when the director is busy or by having access to a physical meeting room if there is a need for the company to meet suppliers or customers.

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The advantages of a virtual office address are:

  • Low costs - Virtual offices do not incur the costs of leasing or buying an office space, this lowers costs for starting a business. A company with a virtual office can often expand more quickly compared to a traditional office.

  • Increase productivity levels – Where a director or employees are able to work from home, the time spent commuting to and from a workplace can be devoted to job duties, projects and other work-related responsibilities.

  • Flexibility – Virtual office offers flexibility to the company officers and its employees with their schedules. It is often cheaper for to hire a meeting room when required rather than paying for office space all of the time.

  • Professional image – Having a business address and professionals answering company queries, helps the company increase professionalism.

  • Low start-up costs – The virtual office space offers savings as compared to starting up an actual office.

  • Office space – In addition to meeting rooms, the virtual office space may offer temporary office or work space when needed.

  • Environmental benefits - Virtual offices benefit the environment because fewer people are traveling in cars, buses and trains, which lowers the amount of vehicle emissions and decreases fuel usage.

Virtual office services usually include telephone answering in your company name with call forwarding and messaging, business address and mail forwarding with optional registered office hosting and meeting room hire.

If you would require a virtual office service or have any questions or queries related to virtual office services, company formation or company secretarial services please email or call us on 0844 893 0808.

Choosing Your Company Name

Once you have decided on a company name that you like, there are some factors that should be considered when deciding whether it is suitable to use it or not.

Existing names and "Passing off"

Before submitting your application to Companies House you should check that there isn't someone already registered with the name you want or a similar name. If you are forming your company with Wisteria Formations when you fill in your company name the system will automatically check whether it is free or not. If there is already someone with the same name you will be unable to incorporate using that name and will need to think of a different one.

If you want to check whether there is already someone registered with a similar name you can do this using the Companies House WebCheck service. If you register your company and there is already someone with a very similar name, they could take legal action against you claiming that you are "passing off" as them.

Sensitive words

When you are forming your company you should also be aware that there are some words that Companies House deems sensitive. There are restrictions on such words meaning that you may be required to supply additional information to be able to use them. In some cases this is proof that your company will be acting in the way that the name describes, e.g. proof that you are working on a global scale if you have 'international' in your name, or you need approval from a certain establishment if you want to have the word "dentist" in your name. Before you proceed with your formation, make sure you have the proof required if necessary.


Most companies will want a website after they have been set up. Make sure that the URL (website address) that you want is available before you form your company otherwise you may need to change your name or your first choice of URL.


Just registering as a limited company will not completely protect the use of your brand. You do have some control over someone having a similar name, but not over your image and logo. By having a trademark or copyright you ensure that you can take legal action if you find someone is using your name or logo. If you wish to obtain a trademark you will need to seek further advice from a patent attorney following your incorporation.

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