A confirmation statement (CS01) is a snapshot of universal information about a company’s directors, secretary (where one has been appointed), registered office address, shareholders, share capital and citizen with significant control.
Your Confirmation statement is a legal document or record which provides Companies House with a snapshot about your company, including the following details:
· Name of the company
· Person with significant control (PSC)
· Registered number and registered office address
· Principle business activities
· Details of company secretary
· Type of company eg: private or public
· Details of company directors
· Details of Shareholders
· Details of Share Capital
When are the Company Accounts due? Late filing penalties.
Your company accounts are usually due in 9 months from the year end date (unless you have changed the accounting year). The company’s year-end accounts must be submitted to the companies’ house in 9 months and the company’s tax is due within 9 months and 1 day.
Your company’s accounts are due within 12 months from the year end date. The minimum penalty levied by HMRC for not filing the company tax return is £100. Late filing penalties.
You’ll need to pay penalties if you don’t file your accounts with Companies House by the deadline.