3 August 2015 | Companies House
An annual return is a snapshot of certain company information at the made-up date. It is a separate document from a company’s annual accounts. An annual return must contain the following information:
If the company has share capital, the annual return must also contain an indication whether the company was a Traded company, or if the return is made up to 1/10/2011 or later “if the company’s shares have been admitted to trading on a relevant market” at any time during the return period; a statement of capital; and details of the shareholders.
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