CODDAN is now selling on E-BAY
CODDAN is now selling on E-BAY. We have specifically developed new packages available for our exclusively from EBAY
Northern Ireland needs 12.5% tax says media chief
Slashing Northern Ireland’s corporation tax to 12.5% could revive the foundering economy according to Gavin O’Reilly, chief executive of Independent News & Media.
Northern Ireland corporation tax will create 4,500 jobs a year
THE PRE-ANNOUNCEMENT of a reduced corporation tax rate in Northern Ireland would help create 4,500 jobs a year, an economic think-tank has claimed.
Northern Ireland corporation tax could work, say MPs
THERE IS A "convincing case" for reducing the corporation tax rate in Northern Ireland, MPs have said.
General Power of Attorney
We would like to draw your attention to our policy and guidelines concerning the issuing General Power of Attorney.
Festival of Eid
Dear Valued Customer,
due to the religious festival of Eid, our office will be closed on Friday 10th of September to accomodate the celebrations of our Islamic employees.
Orders can still be placed online, and business will resume as normal on Monday 13th September.
Due Diligence requirements
Please take a note that due to the introduction of the Anti Money Laundering Regulations 2007 it is now a legal requirement that all trusts and company service providers are MLR registered.
EARLY SPRING BANK HOLIDAY OPENING HOURS
Our office will be closed on Monday 3rd of May 2010 (Bank Holiday). There will be limited incorporations and online support via e-mail.
LiveChat or telephone support will not be available within that period.
All incorporations will be processed as usual.
Normal service will resume on Tuesday 4th of April 2010.
British Telecome failure
We are experiencing difficulties with our telephone systems and Internet. We hope to have the issue resolved as soon as possible.
CODDAN AND COMPANIES HOUSE EASTER OPENING HOURS
Our office will be Coddan CPM Limited will be closed on Friday 2nd of April (Good Friday) and Monday 5th of April 2010 (Bank Holiday).
There will be limited incorporations and online support via e-mail.
Industrial action affects Companies House
We have had a message from Companies House;
There is likely to be industrial action by Civil Service members of the PCS Union over two days, Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th March 2010. The Electronic filing department will be affected and this might disrupt our incorporation service. Please be advised that the “same day service” will not be available during these two days as Companies House cannot guarantee it.
We apologise for any inconvenience that this might cause.
Coddan CPM Christmas and New Year schedule 2009/2010
For your convenience, please see below the Coddan CPM Christmas and New Year Opening Schedule 2009/2010.
Companies House working hours
For your convenience, please see below the Companies House Christmas and New Year Opening Schedule 2009/2010.
Kindly note online filing and WebCheck services will be available for use as normal - 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Office relocation delays
Dear Customers and Clients,
Due to BT (British Telecom) delays with the transferring our phone numbers and Internet broadband, there will be limited telephone, LiveChat support and mailing services. All incorporations will be processed as usual.
Dear Customers and Clients,
We are in the process of relocating our office from 5 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DG to 124 Baker Street, Westminster, London W1U 6TY, UK.
Companies House service delays (part 2)
Please be aware that due to the recent significant changes within Companies House and final implications of the Companies House Act 2006, there have been significant problems surfacing around all areas of incorporations and web-filings.
Companies House service delays
Companies House electronic filing service is closed till Monday the 5th of October due to the implementation of 2006 Companies Act which requires significant changes to Companies House electronic system.
Coddan Support Note
We regret to advise you that due to the spreading flu we are currently short staffed. This may cause slight delays in the processing orders and sending company documents. We apologies for any inconvenience and hope situation will get back to normal shortly.
Companies Act 2006 - Corporate directors
Coddan have made important changes to our registration packages in order to comply with the new regulations of the UK Companies Act 2006.
From the 1st of October 2008 every UK Company needs to have at least one director who is a private individual (physical person); this means that sole corporate directorship is no longer permitted.
Due Diligence (know your client) requirements
Coddan CPM Ltd is subject to Anti‐Money‐Laundering Regulations in UK, commonly referred to as 'KYC & DD' requirements.
Under these regulations, we must verify the identities and personal data for all individuals to whom we provide any type of fiduciary services.
Easter Holiday Notice April 2009
Coddan CPM Limited will be closed on Friday 10th April (Good Friday) and Monday 13 April 2009 (Bank Holiday).
New opening hours
Coddan are pleased to inform you that for the convenience of our European and overseas clients, we have extended our office hours.
New opening hours: 8.30am – 6pm.
We regrettably have to advise you that our office is closed today due to the weather conditions.
LiveChat help will be available today between 9.30am and 3pm; but there will be no phone support.
All orders will be processed as usual, yet there might be a delay with sending out incorporation documents by e-mail or post.
New filing penalties
From February 1st 2009, late filing penalties will increase considerably.
This is to encourage company directors to file annual accounts on time. For example, what was £100 for being three months late, will cost £375. Also the time frames between penalty rises are shorter. File annual accounts in time and avoid any worry.
Coddan CPM LTD and Companies House Christmas and New Year opening schedule
We are pleased to inform you that Coddan’s office will remain open on Christmas-New Year break, yet not all our staff will be in the office at this time. Please find below information about our opening hours for your.
Last Tuesday's Budget certainly was a tough one for the Irish public
Last Tuesday's Budget certainly was a tough one for the Irish public.
However, in recognition of the increasingly important role that inward investment plays in the Irish economy, attracted largely by our 12.5% rate of corporation tax our Finance Minister sent out a clear message to those applying pressure for an increase when he said;
"I want to emphasise that this rate of tax is not for changing upwards and it will continue to be a central part of Ireland's economic brand"
The Minister for Finance also announced that the Government are currently examining how they may introduce tax incentive options for intellectual property. This is a welcome development.
Changes to corporate and underage directors from 1st October 2008
Notice regarding the Companies Act 2006 -
Changes to corporate and underage directors from 1st October 2008
The 1st October will see a further stage of the implementation of the Companies Act 2006, which includes changes to the requirements for corporate and underage directors.
The Money Laundering Regulations 2007 document
These Regulations replace the Money Laundering Regulations 2003 (S.I. 2003/3075) with updated provisions which implement in part Directive 2005/60/EC (OJ No L 309, 25.11.2005, p.15) of the European Parliament and of the Council on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purpose of money laundering and terrorist financing. A Transposition Note setting out how the main elements of this directive will be transposed into UK law is available from the Financial Services Team, HM Treasury, 1 Horse Guards Road, London SW1A 2HQ. An impact assessment has also been prepared. Copies of both documents have been placed in the library of each House of Parliament and are available on HM Treasury’s website.
Employment, Health and Safety regulations
There are numerous laws and regulations governing the management of Employment Law and Health and Safety issues for all UK based employers.
Coddan recently engaged into a partnership with Croner Consulting, one of the UK’s largest and most experienced providers of in-depth advice and practical support for businesses in the high-risk areas of Employment, Health & Safety and other regulatory areas.
Croner has been in business since 1942 and has built a reputation for providing reliable support for legal compliance and best practice in the areas of employment law and health and safety regulations.
Changes to the Companies Act of the United Kingdom
The existing legislation which governs companies in the United Kingdom, the Companies Act 1985, has been under review for some time and has recently been superseded by the newly passed Companies Act 2006. The changes contained in the new act will be introduced over the following two years. The first set of provisions will come into effect as of the 1st of January 2007, followed by a second set of provisions taking effect from April 2007. The remain provisions will be implemented according to a timetable which is yet to be finalised.
Documents posted to Companies House
In response to recent complications and delays experienced by our clients following the changes to the postal rates in the United Kingdom, Coddan is advising all of our clients to ensure that all documents being sent to Companies House via Royal Mail carry the correct postage.
Advice on the format of emails
In response to the prevalence of the use of email communications, we would like to offer our clients some advice on how they can format their company's official emails to include confidentiality notices and disclaimers, and to comply with recent changes to the companies act.
How the new legislation affects a company's website and emails
In response to recent changes in the legislation governing companies in the United Kingdom, we would like to inform our clients of the new statutory disclosure requirements as they relate to a company's stationery, website, order forms, and emails, and to offer advice on how companies can comply with these new requirements. Companies which no not comply with the statutory requirements will be in breach of the Companies Act 2006, and will face the possibility of fines.
Changes to the VAT law
The HMRC are introducing quick and effective changes to UK VAT law in order to counter the growing number of VAT ‘carousel’ fraud.