200,000 start-ups use dual-registration service

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More than 200,000 new businesses have used the Government’s service to register for tax at the same time as registering their company.


The streamlined company registration service was set up more than a year ago, as collaboration between HMRC and Companies House.


It aims to simplify the process of setting up a new company and reduce the administrative burden involved.


When a business or its agent registers with Companies House, they can choose to register for tax and HRMC’s digital services at the same time, rather than sending their information twice.


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