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Digital Company Formation
Manual Company Registration Office submission and registration *1 tick tick
Free Company Name Clearance *2 tick tick
Payment of Government Duty *3 tick tick
Manual appointment of Directors tick tick
Secretary and Shareholders appointment tick tick
Free Start Up Advice from a Certified Accountant *4   tick
Free Legal Document downloads *5   tick
Hardcopy 1st Minutes tick tick
Hardcopy Certificate of Incorporation tick tick
Hardcopy Memorandum & Articles X 5 tick tick
Hardcopy Register of Applications & Allotments *6 tick tick
Hardcopy Register of Members & Share Ledger *6 tick tick
Register of Directors *6 tick tick
Share Certificates – Prepared & Issued to Shareholders *6 tick tick
Variable Currency Selection *7   tick
Variable nominal share capital   tick
Variable issued share capital *8   tick
Lever-style company seal   tick
Leather Effect Bound Company Register tick tick
Share Certificates printed on Art Quality Paper (colour) tick
VAT – Electronic VAT Number Application *9 tick
VAT application Minutes fully prepared tick
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*1 Irish company registration normally takes 5 working days from the date of receipt of the required signed A1 Form. Irish companies formed for non-resident directors may take longer as extra verification is required
*2 The Company Registration Office seeks to prevent future ‘passing off’ actions and may refuse to register a name that is too close to an existing name or ‘sounds’ too close to an existing Irish company or indeed a well known international company
*3 Government Duty in Ireland is a standard €51.00 Euro but it should be noted that extra duty may be payable where additional paid up shares are required (Please discuss with a consultant)
*4 Irish company law is more complicated than that in the United Kingdom especially where there are foreign directors and it is always recommended that all clients avail of the initial free advice offered by one of our certified accountants
*5 All downloaded legal documents should always be checked for suitability by a suitably qualified Irish lawyer – Starting My Business can take no responsibility for the use and/or suitability of any of the legal documents
*6 It is a legal requirement for all Irish trading companies to maintain and prepare their combined company registers
*7 The most common currency is obviously the Euro but legally it is also possible to select another currency such as the US Dollar
*8 Issued share capital above €1,000.00 will be subject to a Stamp Duty of 1%
*9 The registration threshold where-by an Irish company is legally required to register for VAT is variable between €37,500.00 and €75,000.00 depending on the nature of the business (see Irish Revenue Commissioners)