Much relieved to hear that, but I've also heard that they've tightened up
and they now need proof of trading, which is a letter from a bank saying
that you are in existance.
On Thu, 11 May 2000, Fergal Daly wrote:
> I went into the Companies Reg Office, got a form asking for my name,
> address and phone number and handed over 20 quid in cash.This got me a Cert
> of Registration for a trading name which I could then fax to the domain
> registry in UCD to prove I was entitled to the domain. I used to handle
> registrations for Clubi way back and this was standard procedure.
>> No need to start a company and pay accountants etc.,
>>> At 16:36 11/05/00, Noel Carroll wrote:
> >Funny concidence - I was just looking into this independantly today!!
> >It may be cheaper to do things manually but the quote I received today was
> >£500. That was having an accountant sort things our for you. It basically
> >involves filling in a few forms and giving them to him and letting him do
> >the rest. So it worked out at £250 for the setting up and £250 for
> >preparation of the first year's returns.
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