Setting up a Limited Company (LTD)
The company formation process is an integral part of setting up any new business and being a business owner you want to make sure that it is being done correctly, quickly and at the right price. Company Startups are a specialist formation company who are equipped to give you professional business advice on everything you need to know during your startup. As part of our formation process we provide 1 hours consultation at no extra cost with one of our business experts who will walk you through the setup of your new company and answer any questions you may have.
Receive 1 hours professional consultation with one of our business experts
Gerard Gormley has worked in practice since 1980, in various roles with Cannon Kirk and Company. He is currently a partner in the practice.
He specialises in company and business start ups.
Gerard is a qualified Certified Public Account.
Gerard has more than twenty five years’ experience in the area of business start-ups. Apart from acting as advisor to small and medium sized businesses he has been involved in setting up successful businesses himself, including contract publishing and vocational training businesses.
Bernard McGeever joined Ryan O’Dwyer & Company in 1982 as an articled clerk. Having qualified as a chartered accountant, he joined Mr Donal Ryan as a partner in the practice in 1990.
His committement to hard work and attention to detail has enabled his clients to be well place to avail of many opportunities over the years.
Bernard specialises in both corporate and personal insolvency as well as audit.
Company Formation €150
- Documents include
– Certificate of Incorporation
– Copy of Constitution of Company
– Minutes of first meeting of Directors
– Share Certificates
- Tax Registration
- 1 hour free consultation
All for just €150 inclusive
Once the name is checked we will call you to confirm it’s availability. We will request details of the Director(s) and Secretary and prepare the documents. We will then meet one of the directors at our office, where we review and sign off the documents.
The company will normally be incorporated after three working days after the meeting.