Companies must deliver a confirmation statement. This statement must state that the company has delivered all the information it was required to provide in the review period to which the confirmation statement relates. The review period means the 12 months beginning with the date of the company’s incorporation. The confirmation statement must be delivered within 14 days of the end of the relevant review period and must include information such as any changes to the registered office address, shareholders and capital.
The Companies Act 2006 requires all companies, whether they are trading or not, to keep accounting records. All private limited and public companies must file their accounts at Companies House. There is no charge for filing accounts at Companies House but there are fines for late filing.
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