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7 things your company can do on a snow day
If you’re on a snow day, here are 7 simple steps to keep up to date with news and events from Companies House.
When it comes to snow, companies often face difficult decisions. Are you on a snow day or not? Should you stay open and hope your customers are braving the cold weather? Or just shut up shop, send everyone home and accept that the next few days will be a write-off, as on a snow day.
If ‘snowmaggedon’ has well and truly set in, or is due your way soon, here are 7 things your company can do to make the most when you are on a snow day.
Register for online filing
If you haven’t already, register for online filing and save your company time and money. Over 80% of companies already file online and amongst other things, benefit from built-in checks that help you to avoid errors, and the possibility of rejection.
Sign-up for email reminders
As an online filer, you can then sign-up to our email reminder service. When your company’s due to file its accounts or confirmation statement, we’ll send you a reminder by email, giving you plenty of time to meet the filing deadline.
Start using our Follow service to keep tabs on your own company’s filings or follow your business competitors and receive instant email alerts when they file anything with us.
Sign-up for email news alerts
Sign-up to our email alerts and never miss out on the latest news and information from Companies House. You can pick and choose the topics that interest you, or subscribe to them all in one simple click.
Register for our webinars
Register for our next joint webinar with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). It covers the registration process, directors’ responsibilities to us and HMRC and where to go for more help and guidance.
Once you’ve completed these 7 simple steps, why not get out and enjoy the weather by challenging your team to a snowball fight? Or if you want to keep warm, maybe just whip up a batch of hot chocolate for everyone? Can you smell carrots?