Our servers are directly connected with ASIC server. If the application is filled correctly without any error or the application is not marked with manual processing, your company must get registered within 2-3 minutes from submission. Once the company is registered, system automatically generates the required documents and send it to your via email.
Manual processing is something when the name that has been proposed for the company contains a word which is not mentioned in Macquarie dictionary or the name that has been proposed is similar/identical to the pre–existing registered company (or) registered business name.
Usually company marked as manual processing may take more time to get registered. ASIC has put a time frame of 24 hours for companies to be processed manually. However, from our experience, we can tell you that these companies would take 30 minutes to 2 hours. For companies lodged after office hour (or) on holidays are processed on the next working day.
Yes, you can register a company anytime of the year. Our servers are connected with ASIC server which provides you access to register a company 24/7.
You can register a Proprietary company limited by shares.
In case your company application has not yet been registered or has been rejected by ASIC for any reason, feel free to access it by logging into your account on our website and make required changes to it before resubmitting it for approval.
However, once the company is registered with ASIC, you need to contact ASIC directly and follow the procedure as laid down by ASIC to make any required changes.
Some of the general forms are:
Form 205a: This form helps you to correct you company’s name as of typing error. They charge you a fee of $403 to lodge this form.
Form 484: This form helps you to change details of the company like adding/deleting directors (or) shareholders, changing share structure and changing registration address of the company.
Form 492: This form helps you to correct personal details such as Date of Birth of directors etc.
No, because as of 1st July 1998 the use of a common seal is not mandatory. However, the documents are considered executed if two directors (or) a director and a secretary (or) a single director if he is sole director and secretary of the company sign it.
No, we do not provide any kind of legal advice to our customers. Our services are limited to register companies online. The information provided on our website is general and we would advise you to consult suitable personnel before purchasing our products online.
The total fee of $524
which we charge comprises of $488
as registration fee for ASIC and $36
for services we provide and the documents. Once the company is registered, the ASIC fee is not refundable however the service fee which we receive for our service is refundable under exceptional circumstances at our sole discretion.
In case ASIC rejects the company and you do not wish to resubmit your application for company registration, we can refund the fee after deducting merchant charges i.e. 4%.
There might be number of reasons for your application to be rejected by ASIC including if the company name proposed may not have met the guideline set by ASIC or mistyping of holding company’s ACN among others. Once you submit your application and if it’s been rejected our system automatically send you an email stating the reason for rejection of your company. You can login to our website using your login detail to amend your application and re-lodge it. If you have any queries, feel free to contact our support team on 02 9638 4096 (or) you can also chat live with us through our website.
You can register a Proprietary company limited by shares.
Anyone can register an Australian company. The only conditions are; Company must
have at least one Australian resident director and a physical Australian address
for the registered office of the company.
Yes, a Pty Ltd company can be formed with one person who can be both a shareholder
and a director.
Yes, but within prescribed guidelines. The name must not be identical to a company
already registered or a registered state trading name. There are also restrictions
on certain words. More information about rules regarding a company name can be found
a company name
Yes, you can register a 'Special Purpose' company which can act as trustee of an
SMSF with us. However we do not provide service to register other types of special
purpose company. Constitution of this special purpose company must have relevant
clauses to specifically state that it is a special purpose company to act as trustee
of SMSF. Hence a special purpose company must have a constitution. It can't be governed
by replaceable rules.
If you have got your proposed name already reserved with ASIC you will need to submit
the reservation letter received from ASIC and an authorisation letter. Hence, your
company will not be automatically lodged directly with ASIC. For reserved names,
after submitting the application please fax these two documents to our office at
02 9638 4096 or , our support centre will get in touch with you and guide you further.
If you already have a state registered business name, and you want to register a
company with that same name, you can do that. You will need to provide the state
of registration and registration number of that business name at relevant place
in the application form.
As soon as the company is registered with ASIC, our automatic system generates all
the relevant documents which are instantly emailed to you. You can also get the
documents printed, professionally bound and express couriered to you in a “Deluxe
Soft Leather Feel” folder with all documents marked with “Sign Here”
stickers by paying additional $66.00
All these documents can also be downloaded from our website anytime and from anywhere
after logging in.
No, we provide the service where you can register for ABN/TFN/GST/PAYG Withholding at the same time as you register your company by paying additional fees of $19. It is a very easy and error free way to get all your registrations in place right at the onset.
Once a company is registered, the matter moves to ASIC’s domain and for changing
any details you will need to contact ASIC directly. For carrying out various tasks
related to your company, there are different forms available on ASIC’s website.
Few common ones are
Form 205: For notification of resolution
Form 205a: For changing company name
Form 370: For notice of resignation / retirement of office holder.
Form 484: For changing details of company like adding or deleting a director or
shareholder or changing share structure or changing office of company.
Form 6010 : For deregistering the company
Unfortunately no, we can only help you register and start your company. We do not
manage companies on an ongoing basis. For that, you need to engage some accountant.
You will be provided with A Certificate of registration of "Australian Business Number" issued by the Australian Business Registrar and the company's Tax File Number will be sent by the ATO to the company's nominated address for service of Notice and your ABN will appear on "ABN Lookup" page.
You can apply for ABN for free on www.abr.gov.au. However the government online form takes about half hour to fill as you have to fill in several pages. We can pre-fill this form for an optional additional fee of $19. You can lodge your ABN, TFN & GST application with your company information and some additional information which you have to provide on our form. We will notify you when your ABN is registered and is ready to use.
You can apply for ABN, TFN, GST & PAYG withholding registration for your proprietary company if it is an Australian resident company for tax purposes and is incorporated for profit and it does not operate an agricultural business or owned or controlled by a state or local government.
When you deal with Australian Tax Office you will need an ABN. When you supply goods and Services, you are required to charge Goods & Services Tax (GST) by law if your annual turnover is over $75,000. Also when you purchase goods and services, you pay GST, to claim or remit GST, you need an ABN.
Company's registered by ASIC are eligible for an ABN if they carry on an enterprise. If your company is going to only act as a trustee of a trust, usually you will not need an ABN for that trustee company, however, we recommend that you seek your independent legal advice or talk to ATO.
If your company is carrying on an enterprise and its turnover is over $75,000 then you must register for GST and charge GST to your clients on the goods and services you supply and issue a proper Tax Invoice displaying your company's ABN. If your turnover is less than $75,000, then GST registration is optional unless you operate certain types of enterprise, like a taxi. We recommend that you seek your independent legal advice or talk to ATO.
If an identity of any company associate cannot be verified or more information is needed by Australian business registrar (ABR) then it is possible that instead of an ABN you get a reference number by ABR, in all other cases, you will get an ABN instantly. ABR will contact you within 20 days and request further information from you.
Yes, it is possible that ABR refuses to issue you an ABN in some exceptional circumstances. They will send you a refusal number and you will receive a letter within 14 days confirming your refusal and the reasons for refusal.
Your application with ABR is lodged as soon as your company is registered with ASIC and ACN is available, this takes usually couple of minutes. Once the application for ABN is lodged ABN is issued immediately, say within 10 minutes of company being registered.
However if any information is incorrect, for example the information provided does not match ATO records, then ABR will need some more information from you. This new information will be requested by ABR directly within 28 days of our form being lodged.
No, since a company is a separate entity, it must apply for its own ABN. An ABN identifies a particular business and if you are trading as a sole trader, then your ABN is for that enterprise and not for your new company.
Yes, Once your company is registered and we have sent you your company's ACN, you can apply for the companies ABN directly on www.abr.gov.au
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and retrieves status.
While request being processed, please be patient.
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