Would you like to download our mobile app from the App Store?Download
18 August 2014
Companies House is to make all of its digital data available free of charges from April 2015 as the UK becomes the first country to establish an open register of business information.
In 2014 over £8.7 million was spent obtaining documents from the Companies House register and the move to make the register free was a key strand of the G8 declaration at the Lough Erne summit in 2013.
At the moment documents are £1 to download from the website and the eradication of this charge will mean that statutory filed documents will now be much more readily available to the public.
Haleys Senior Client Manager Paul Farrington said: “It is now more important than ever that business owners make sure their statutory documents are filed, in order, and do not disclose any undue information. As a result of these changes more people than ever will be able to access your data.”
If you are concerned about the public data that will be available for you and your business please give Paul a call on 01772 741200.Go Back
Registering for Making Tax Digital for VAT. Our active practice update looks at the updates that have been made to… t.co/6IA32J4ZWP
Haleys latest active practice update looks at personal tax planning for 2019/20. t.co/Kx9DcSHCsy
Haleys April Insider newsletter looks at the possibility of a new stamp duty surcharge and why thousands of contrac… t.co/An9tcsiVzg
Our active practice update looks at the politics of tax breaks and how we ended up with such a complex tax system.… t.co/Je7bEQ4Qgx
Spring Statement 2019 - our report summarises the announcements made by Philip Hammond. t.co/mi6k6C6BxQ
Our active practice update looks at preparing businesses for leaving the EU and what you can do before 29 March.… t.co/oSMzqLNnRZ
Haleys March Insider newsletter looks at the HMRC error that hit early paying self-assessment taxpayers and the ris… t.co/1OFwAvVC40
The risks of a tax investigation. We look at the reasons why people risk tax evasion; the cost of an investigation… t.co/wPs0W1rkMn
Changes to probate in 2019. Our latest active practice update looks at the controversial fee increase set to take… t.co/aQBpJjmIcf
Our February Insider newsletter looks at why fines have more than doubled for employers failing to comply with auto… t.co/kI14GdYQxJ
Outsourcing payroll - our active practice update looks at whether outsourcing payroll makes sense for your business… t.co/SkeMpwxwNX
National insurance planning: our active practice update looks at the obligations and opportunities for employers an… t.co/pztO8cIwMy
Our January Insider newsletter looks at the growth in R&D investment in 2016/17, why the Office for Tax Simplificat… t.co/NZQnOtaVk3
Planning your estate: wills. Our final practice update for this year looks at how to plan and make a legally valid… t.co/SMpr1D0qGC