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Government's joined-up start-up process
by Susie Hughes at 12:17 07/01/19 (News on Business)
More than 200,000 new businesses have used a new one-stop cross-Government service allowing new start-ups to register their company and also register for tax at the same time.
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The Streamlined Company Registration Service, which has been set up in a collaboration between HMRC and Companies House, aims to the burdens on new businesses.

When registering with Companies House, companies can also register for tax and HMRC’s digital services, making it easier for new start-ups to fulfil all of their legal obligations in one go.

The change, which came into effect last year, removes the need for businesses to send duplicate information to both Companies House and HMRC.

A formation agent can still be used to register businesses, and formation agents can continue to act for their clients.


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