ASIC Corporate Secretary Services
BUSINESS TAX FACTSHEET
If you are a director or a secretary of a company in Australia, you have a legal obligation to ensure the company is compliant with the Corporations Act.
The preparation of resolutions to support the decisions and direction of the company is an important part of sound corporate governance and should not be overlooked.
If not done correctly, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has the power to enforce a range of possible penalties. Late fees are charged when certain documents are lodged late or when fees are not paid on time.
We understand managing your company's corporate file can be a very time consuming and cumbersome administrative process. Bates Cosgrave provides a range of services to business owners to manage ASIC requirements. We can help you with:
- Acting as the company's registered office
- Maintaining the company file
- Incorporating companies and establishing trusts
- Filing annual returns on your behalf
- Preparing all documentation related to minutes and resolutions
- Assisting with changes of directors, shareholders, addresses, and office details
- Assisting with share transfers
- De-registering companies
- Providing company search results
- Registering business names
Please see the table below for our schedule of fees for managing your ASIC routine compliance:
* The fees for other special corporate secretarial work depend on the complexities of your business situation.
** Excludes GST
Contact us on 02 9957 4033 to discuss how our team can help you to manage your ASIC compliance obligations. Alternatively you can contact us here.
Download the ASIC Corporate Secretary Services factsheet here.
Last updated July 2012. This factsheet is provided for information purposes only and is correct at the time of publishing. It should not be used in place of advice from your accountant.