End 2019 in Good Legal Standing

End 2019 in Good Legal Standing

December 19, 2019

Businesses in Nigeria that operate as both Business Names and Limited Liability companies are subject to internal and external compliance requirements. It’s important to set some time aside this year end to examine the status of your business and ensure you are in good standing with the law.

The end of the year is the perfect time to get compliant and end the year in good legal standing whether its setting up a new business to commence operations in the new year, upgrading a Business Name to a company, registering your intellectual property rights for your business or making sure your compliance filings are all up to date. As you take time reflecting on the work done in 2019 while also making business plans for the new year, www.618bees.comcan do all the leg work for you in the below listed areas:

  • Company Incorporation services
  • Business Licenses & Permits
  • Annual Returns Filings and Compliance services
  • Amendments, Modifications & Name Changes
  • Name Checks & Reservations
  • Trademark Search and Filings
  • Copyright Filings
  • Patent and Design Filings
  • Corporate Amendments
  • Corporate Searches
  • Land/Property Searches
  • Certificates of Good Standing
  • Corporate and Personal Income Tax
  • Bookkeeping and Payroll services
  • Corporate Kits & Supplies
  • Customized Bylaws & Resolutions
  • SON Registration
  • NAFDAC Registration
  • Annual Meeting Minutes
  • Contracts and Agreements Review
  • Contracts and Agreements Drafting
  • Acquisitions/Mergers
  • Dissolution/Winding Up/Cessation of Business
  • Pioneer Status Application (Tax Exemption)
  • …………all services provided in all 36 States and the FCT!

We hope you find this information helpful. Feel free to reach out to us via our dedicated Call Center lines; +2349017190079 (WhatsApp available) or 01-2803791 or by email via hello@618bees.com. We look forward to assisting you with all of your business filings and year-end compliance filings.

Let’s close out 2019 strong and make sure you and your clients are set up for success in 2020!

 

Team 618 Bees

 

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  • When are Annual Returns due for filing?

    A company’s first Annual Returns are due for filing after 18 months of its inception, subsequently it should be filed annually as the name implies. The filing dates could differ for each company depending on their financial year end but must be filed not later than 42 days after its Annual General Meeting.

    The Annual Returns for Business Names is due not later than the 30th of June each year except in the year the business was registered.

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