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Companies House has announced that businesses will no longer receive reminder letters, as it seeks to end paper communications.
Businesses across the UK have been receiving a notification letter by post letting them know that Companies House is withdrawing this service, as it seeks to save £1.2 million annually.
Instead, companies will be asked to use the email reminder service, which sends automated alerts to up to four addresses when documents are due and allows businesses to file information immediately from a link within the email.
You can sign up for the new email reminder service below by following the simple application process.
As part of this process, you will be required to sign in to the Companies House online filing service. If you are not yet registered for this, you need to do so before starting.
These reminders play an important role in ensuring you remain compliant with your Companies House obligations. Failure to submit the right documents on time could result in a penalty.
If you require assistance with any Companies House matters, please feel free to contact us.