Limited Company Formations within 3 HOURS

Form your UK Limited Company with us and get your company documents delivered to your inbox within 3 hours. We offer advice and support should you need any assistance during your formation process. Once you have formed your company, you can log back into your account at anytime to access view the companies you have formed with us and to re-download your company documents.


In just 3 hours, you can have your company formation complete. You will receive the following via email in just 3 hours:

  • Digital Certificate of Incorporation (showing your Company number)
  • Digitial Share Certificates
  • Digital M&A’s

Forming a Limited company isn’t as easy as it used to be and it requires you to carefully consider HMRC regulations, company law, business issues, and money laundering regulations when starting a new company. It is crucial for your Limited company be set up properly from the start to avoid errors and omissions that could happen later on.

With IN2ACCOUNTING’S experienced accountants on your team, we have the experience you need when forming your company.

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You can complete your company formation online with In2Accounting. If you need assistance, simply use our live chat to get help with your formation. Or, call us and we can help you through the process.



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Frequently Ask Questions

Find the answers to common queries and concerns when forming a UK Limited Company. If you can’t find the answers you need, why not submit your own question in our knowledgebase.

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A Limited Company is a legal entity in it’s own right, which can be owned by one or more people. The liability of the company is separate from that of it’s owners. This is essentially why it is called a ‘Limited Company’, with the word ‘Limited’ implying that any liabilities of the company do not extend to it’s owners (as in a sole trader structure).

The risks of the owners are limited to the investment that they have made in the company.

The day to day activities of a Limited Company are charged to the directors of a company. The directors of a company are also responsible for ensuring that the Company meets all it’s statutory obligations.

There are 3 main types of limited company structures:

  1. Private Limited (LTD)
  2. Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
  3. Public Limited Company (PLC)

A Private Limited Company is a common type of Limited Company, with many start up business choosing to use this structure – it may have one or more shareholders (owners)

A Limited Liability Partnership has the same basic statutory requirements of a Private Limited Company, but it needs to have at least two members to exist as a Limited Liability Partnership.

A Public Limited Company would also need to meet the same basic requirements of Limited Companies, but instead of being privately owned, it’s shares may be publicly listed and traded (bought and sold) on a stock market.)


The company registered office is an address in England or Wales (or Scotland if your company is registered there).

It is where the company’s statutory books must be available for inspection and where documents can be delivered to the company.

If your company is registered in England – you would need to have a registered office in England and likewise, if your company is registered in Wales, you would need to have a company registered office in Wales.

It is important that you choose an address which you can receive mail on and where company documents can be delivered to your company. If you are unable to receive mail on your registered office address, you may risk missing important correspondence from Companies House, HMRC and other official organisations.

A company’s registered office address must be displayed on all company literature and documents.


Simply Log back into your Company Formation Account and click on ‘My Orders’ 

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Get in touch with us today to learn more about forming a Limited Company. If you need help, we can assist you with your formation over the phone or via our LIVE CHAT.

Or Call Us on 02071128229.