All documents issued by government authorities bearing the first name and surname, address, date of birth and a photograph are accepted.
Utility bills (electricity, water, gas) and account statements no older than 3 months are most often used. Mobile phone bills are not accepted.
To incorporate a company, the ID documents of the director, majority shareholders with greater than a 25% holding and the company secretary are required.
No, it is no longer necessary for documents to be endorsed.
Documents in a language other than English are accepted,
but it is necessary to translate and authenticate documents if they are written in non-Latin characters (Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Greek, etc.).
For new clients, our policy requires a physical presence to open a current bank account. This is to ensure a transparent relationship with both the client and the manager of the bank collaborating with Tax & Advise.
Experience must be demonstrated in the business being incorporated, ability to provide a business plan and having connections with the UK.
Yes, this is possible. The only condition is that it is first opened in pounds sterling.
Tax & Advise offers the option to open accounts at any of the leading banks in the United Kingdom.
It takes around 3 weeks to open the current account following the initial meeting with the selected bank.
Yes, you will be sent an activation code for online banking via e-mail.
You will be able to send your invoices using our Virtual Office service, created for each individual client.
You will be able to find the link to your virtual office in the “Client Area” of the Home Page of our website. Each client is given a unique username and password.
The fastest way to get in touch with one of our consultants is to fill out the online contact form. One of our consultants will contact you as soon as possible.
If your question does not concern an estimate request or tax advice, please call our offices on the number given on the Contact us page of our website.