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Registering a company is a simple matter of completing the appropriate forms and submitting two standard legal documents (with some minor variations in places) to Companies House, with a small fee.

Once a company is formed, Companies House will provide a certificate of Incorporation that, along with the Memorandum and Articles of Association and identity documents, can be taken to the bank to open a bank account.

This section helps to locate these forms on the Companies House website and provides a template of the documents to be submitted.

Registering at HM Revenue and Customs is a simple matter of completing the appropriate forms and submitting them to the appropriate address.

This section helps to locate these forms on the HM Revenue and Customs website.

The HMRC office locater is available on the HMRC website.

# Article Title
1 Register a Company at Companies House
2 Register at HM Revenue & Customs
3 Keep proper accounting records
4 Software Choices