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Pay limited company late filing penalty

 

Late filing penalty is issued to your company if accounts are filed late, even just for one day. Companies House normally send to the late filing penalty to your company registered office address.

The penalty must be paid. If you wish to clarify your late filing penalty invoice, you may contact Companies House at 0303 1234 500.

Pay by cheque

For companies registered in England and Wales, and Northern Ireland, the cheque must be sent to:

Companies House
P O Box 710
Crown Way
Cardiff
CF14 3UZ

For companies registered in Scotland, the payment must be sent to:

Companies House
4th Floor
Edinburg Quay 2
139 Fountainbridge
Edinburg
EH3 9FF

Please write your company number and company name on the back of the cheque and send the cheque together with the remittance slip to the correct address specified above.

Pay by bank transfer, BACS, internet transfer

You may pay your late filing penalty by bank transfer. Companies House bank details are as follows:

Account name:Late filing penalties receipts
Account no:41005309
Bank address:National Westminster Bank, Roath, Cardiff
Sort code:52 21 07
Swift code (for overseas payments):NW BK GB 2122X
IBAN: GB34NWBK52210741005309

Remember to email the bank payment details to LFPFinance@companieshouse.gov.uk providing your company name and number to expedite the settlement.

Concise Accountancy offers Company accounts filing services. Our accountants can help you to take care of your company accounts and filing. Feel free to contact our accountants for further information and find out more about our fixed fee accounts packages.

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