Certified and Appostiled documents
If you need to use your documents to open a branch outside of the UK or to open a bank account in a foreign bank you will need your documents to be appostiled. Please, specify on the order form if any of the documents need to be appostiled at a time of the order to avoid delays in future. You may, however order appostiled copied of any of your company documents any time after registration of the company.
About Nominee services
By using nominee Members you will avoid your name to be visible to general public as a beneficiary of the company through Company Registrar. Instead, the name of the nominee will be displayed as a member. You will get General Powers of Attorney that will enable you to conduct business on behalf of your partnership and sign any documents as you would do if you were a Member yourself. Your name will only appear in our Nominee Services Agreement which is an internal document kept in our files and your files.
Some questions that you might have before registering Guarantee Company to become a Charity
Definition of charitable organization
A charity in England and Wales is a particular type of voluntary organization set up for charitable, social, philanthropic or other purposes. It is required to use any profit or surplus only for the organization's purposes, and it is not a part of any governing department, local authority or other statutory body.
Guarantee Company acting as a Charity
A company limited by guarantee is a useful structure for a charity where it is desirable for the Trustees to have the protection of limited liability. Also, the charity has a clear legal identity, and so can enter into contracts, such as employment contracts in its own name.
Taxation of Charities
Charitable organisations, including charitable trusts, are eligible for a complex set of reliefs and exemptions from taxation in the UK. These include reliefs and exemptions in relation to income tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, stamp duty land tax and value added tax.