Recommendations for incorporation service?

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Hi Everyone.

I have been using Barclays introducer service to incroporate new limited companies but increasingly finding it frustrating.

Can anyone recommend any providers? 

Thank you in advance.

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By Winnie Wiggleroom
23rd Dec 2022 07:40

Inform Direct does it all, been with them for a few years

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By Wanderer
23rd Dec 2022 07:58

companiesmadesimple.com

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By Tax is always taxing
23rd Dec 2022 07:59

I just do it myself.

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By wilcoskip
23rd Dec 2022 08:32

Inform Direct, or QF Registrars.
I use ID for all our Co Sec stuff now, but for incorporations still use QF, which I've been using for over a decade now. I don't think you'd have a problem with either of them.

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By AS44NG
23rd Dec 2022 08:47

Company Formations 247. Very good.

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
23rd Dec 2022 10:50

have you tried doing it directly with CH lately?

I find it easier than using an agent personally.

The only time we use an agent is if I want something bespoke.

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By paul.benny
23rd Dec 2022 11:23

Agree. No need to use an agent

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By Happy Up North Accountant
23rd Dec 2022 12:11

Thanks everyone, I'll check out the providers and will also try companies house directly to see if it's any easier. I haven't used the direct service for.... around 10 years? Wow.

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By legerman
28th Dec 2022 15:41

Happy Up North Accountant wrote:

Thanks everyone, I'll check out the providers and will also try companies house directly to see if it's any easier. I haven't used the direct service for.... around 10 years? Wow.

I used to use companyformations247 but the last 3 or 4 I've done direct. Quite painless. My only complaint is the need to set up a new GG for each company you set up.

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By Calculatorboy
26th Dec 2022 19:58

Definately just use CH ..most clients do it themselves anyway ...

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