This month we are focusing on Limited Company – Company Secretaries. This week we look at what and when a Co Sec uses their CRN Number.
A CRN is a Company Registration Number. You will find this on your Certificate of Incorporation and is a unique number provided by Companies House when you register a new limited company.
Limited companies are legally required to display their CRN on all business stationery, including:
- Compliment slips
- Order forms
- Other online material
But not on Business Cards for example
You will also be required to use your Company Registered Number when you
- Contact Companies House
- Submit or update your annual confirmation statement(previously the annual return)
- File annual accounts
- Report changes to your company details.
- Register with HMRC for Corporation Tax, VAT and PAYE
- File your Company Tax Returns, annual accounts and VAT returns.
If you know of a local Limited Company we can help by reducing the burden of these very bureaucratic administrative duties with our Company Secretarial Service, do give them my details.
Disclaimer:- The information contained herein is given by way of general guidance only and no action should be taken solely on the basis of the information contained herein. The Avanti Group (UK) Ltd will be pleased to provide further guidance on the issues, and how they might affect you. No liability is accepted by the firm for any action taken without seeking appropriate professional advice
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