no, I referring the formation costs for the Scottish Limited Partnership (£20) that is required to incorporate the partneship.
at this link you say that is available only a cheque or a postal order, but I live outside UK and for me is not possible to pay with these systems.
You can use this form as an application for registration of a limited partnership in Scotland. There is a cost of £20 to file it."
there is also a bank account where is possible to send the payment or a credit card option?
If the Scottish Limited Partnership open a Bank Account in UK to receive and spend money worldwide and to exchange currencies, this is considered an activity arising UK ? Customers and suppliers are always out of UK
Another question, to do SLP Formation from abroad I see that can be do only by paper form by post. But how can I sent the 20£ payment from abroad? I can issue with my foreign bank a cheque in £ currency, I can pay with credit card?
Also, in the case it is possible to send a letter for and advise in advance, which is the address to send the letter? Thanks
Thanks. It Is possible to have this letter in Advance before incorporate the Scottish Limited Partnership?
A SLP (Scottish Limited Partnership) with only corporate foreign partners and all income generated outside UK need to file any tax return and pay any taxes? SA800, SA100? Or nothing is due for both partnership and partners?