Companies House registration
Register a limited company
Start your business with SeedLegals and Tide, the finance platform for small businesses. Register officially with Companies House and get a business bank account with £50 credit and a year of free transfers. T&Cs apply.
Register your company with SeedLegals and Tide
Fast online service
Confirmation in 1 to 2 days
Make it official
You might have already signed a founder agreement but until you register your business with Companies House, it doesn't officially exist. When you register ('incorporate'), you'll become a director and shareholder of your company. Congratulations!Register your company with Tide
- Sign founders pledge or agreement on SeedLegals
- Register with Companies House - free with Tide
- Open a business bank account - included when you incorporate with Tide
Business bank account
Open a business account with £50 credit
Tide make it easy to open a business bank account. When you register your business, Tide open an account for your new limited company with £50 added to your account and one year of free transfers. T&Cs apply.Find out more
- Register your company for free - Tide pay the £12 fee
- Open a Tide account - your account has no monthly fee
- Get £50 added to your account - to welcome you to Tide
How to register your company with SeedLegals and Tide
Register or log into SeedLegals
It takes less than three minutes to create a SeedLegals account. You can try us free for 7 days.
Incorporate with Tide
Go to Tide to register with Companies House. Tide pay the £12 incorporation fee to Companies House for you.
Download the Tide app
When you register, Tide will open a business account for your new limited company. Download the app to start using your account.
Receive official documents
You'll receive confirmation of your limited company registration. Companies House will send you an official letter in the mail.
Create contracts and fundraise on SeedLegals
Get organised with founder agreements, IP assignment, NDAs and other contracts for your team. Do a funding round or take one-off investments.
Run your business!
With your limited company, you can register for Corporation Tax and get on with building your company. 🚀