At Ulton we work hard to ensure that your company adheres to the strict requirements set out in the Corporations Act 2001 (Corporations Act). When working with Ulton, we assist you in meeting your company's compliance needs and responsibilities. We ensure that all information required is supplied to ASIC within the time frames to minimise your risks of incurring late fees.
Each year the company is issued an annual statement. We help our clients review the company details, pay the annual company review fee, and prepare a solvency resolution minute. As a convenience to our clients, we can also hold the company’s registers.
We assist our corporate clients, by handling the changes relating to their office holders, members and their registered office (note: Ulton is a registered office). We also assist our clients, handling changes to their shares, including; redemption, division, consolidation and transfer of shares.
There are many decisions and steps that you need to consider and take when setting up a company. One of these steps requires you to set up various company registrations such as tax file number (TFN), Australian Business Number (ABN), goods and services tax (GST) and pay as you go (PAYG). Another consideration may be establishing a trust and the trust deeds for establishing and operating the fund.
Maintaining a corporate register is a key obligation placed on companies. All companies must prepare and maintain relevant registers, records of information, financial reports or financial records as well as ensure necessary documentation is prepared to keep the ASIC database up to date.
If your company pays dividends to your shareholders, you will need to issue a dividend statement containing the relevant information.
“The Ulton team were incredibly responsive, diligent and efficient in meeting deadlines. It was fantastic to be able to call on various experts, for a range of advice including financial modelling and tax, from the one team. The work Ulton completed was very comprehensive, and was critical to achieving the success of the project.”
Jackson Nioa, Corporate Development Manager, NIOA