When you set up your limited company you have a legal obligation to tell HMRC that your company exists and is liable for tax. This is also the time to tell them who your tax agent is. Often you will need to fill in a form to authorise your tax agent to act on your behalf (Coddan may act as your agent for behalf of your company).
The Inland Revenue will automatically issue a Form CT41G (form CT41G "Corporation Tax New Company Details" is used to tell HMRC when you begin trading and therefore become liable to tax) to newly formed companies at the registered office normally very promptly after formation. Once registered, the Department expects businesses to file their tax returns on time, calculate the right amount of tax, and pay amounts due on time.
Failure to file this form could result in your company being fined up to £3,000.
Coddan can complete and file this form with the Inland Revenue office on your behalf.