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Not to be confused with the year end accounts, a confirmation statement is submitted to Companies House each year confirming that the data that is currently held by them is correct.
Information such as the address of the business, the directors and shareholder, the persons of significant control and the nature of the trade are confirmed via an online submission.
A business also only has a two week window to submit this data over to Companies House each year so ensuring you remember to do this is crucial. Companies House also charge a fee for submitting this data which is all inclusive in our fee.
This is where we come in. Here at MJF Accountancy, we prepare and submit this over to Companies House for you within the two week window.
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