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    isaidc
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    My biz partner and I are keen to register a company but with very little money coming in at the moment, our plan is to use a website service, then hire an accountant when the new financial year starts (when we expect to earn more).

    Just wondering if any are better than each other or if anyone has had experience with them (just searched a few)? Thanks

    Easycompanies.com.au – $484
    ecompanies.com.au – $494
    shelco.com.au – $499

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    Prashant Murphy
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    I haven’t used any of them but have used businessregistration.com.au. I wasn’t particularly happy with the level of service and they are more expensive.

    I would go with either of the top two.

    I hope you have done a lot of due diligence and have made sure to understand the importance of structure. That is really what people are paying for when they go through an accountant. These services bypass all that which is why it’s so cheap.

    Anyway, best of luck :)

    Prashant Murphy

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    Greg Mawer
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    isaidc, post: 186925 wrote:
    My biz partner and I are keen to register a company but with very little money coming in at the moment, our plan is to use a website service, then hire an accountant when the new financial year starts (when we expect to earn more).

    Just wondering if any are better than each other or if anyone has had experience with them (just searched a few)? Thanks

    Easycompanies.com.au – $484
    ecompanies.com.au – $494
    shelco.com.au – $499

    Make sure you get a shareholders agreement drafted to outline the rights and obligations of each director / shareholder.

    Who are the shareholders? In individual names or held by a discretionary trust?

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    isaidc
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    Greg Mawer, post: 186932 wrote:
    Make sure you get a shareholders agreement drafted to outline the rights and obligations of each director / shareholder.

    Who are the shareholders? In individual names or held by a discretionary trust?

    We drafted an outline of the the rights and obligations of each director / shareholder when starting the business last year yep.

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    JacquiPryor
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    Hi there,

    I have regular dealings with eCompanies that you mentioned, and also another one – Shelcom Corporate Services (http://www.shelcom.com.au) and wouldn’t hesitate in recommending either of them. (Shelcom are members here)

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    JacquiPryor
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    Hi James,

    Are you able to post a link to the ‘special’. Granted it’s the end of the day on a Friday but I can’t see this at their site? Their pricing suggests $571 for a company registration (including the ASIC fee).

    Thanks

    JamesMav, post: 187240 wrote:
    Hi Isaidc,

    Cmmd.com.au is currently having a special where you can register trusts, companies etc for $120, it’s running until 30th June.

    Hope this helps.

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    James Mav – Director
    Accountancy Matters

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    Hatching_It
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    James that won’t include the ASIC fee for registering a company ($444) – http://www.asic.gov.au/asic/asic.nsf/asic+formsdisplayW?readform&code=201

    So it’s still $564

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