No Service Fees for Company Registration (Only Pay $488 Govt. Fee) from LawPath


Lawpath is running a special on company registrations until the end of June.

Apply for your ACN in June and we'll waive all service fees on our base package. This means you'll only have to pay the standard $488 fee charged by ASIC.

We understand that starting for a company can be intimidating, with complex jargon and technical questions being thrown at you.

What we can do is provide you with support for your application if you have any difficulties, so you can get it right the first time. We also provide onboarding services after you've registered, to get your new business running on the right foot.

Lawpath is an approved ASIC software provider and our online application process makes it faster and easier to complete your company registration.
This will save you at least $30 against most online providers for the same outcome.

Happy to answer any questions you have or provide any additional info.
Cheers! Tom

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  • +1 vote

    Apply ABN is free and quick online. I think ACN is is the last 9 digits of ABN, but not free.


    Why ABN free but ACN not?


      ABN may be a tax thing, and ACN is about law and managing corporations. So they're completely different things. That's my guess anyway.


    Anyone know where you would register a standard business name in WA? Cost?

    Company rego cost me $750 @ 15 years ago, guess it's lost popularity.

    Note: I think you can go to ASIC and submit a Company rego for free anytime. Meaning no extra service fees.

    • +1 vote

      National register is with ASIC, you can either register direct with ASIC or indirectly via both without additional fees. Note ASIC fees increase 1 July for both company and business name registration.

  • +4 votes

    Registering an ABN, company and business name can all be done these days directly via the business registration service available online and without any additional fees. The service links both the ABR and ASIC services in a one stop shop.

    Unless lawpath is providing value add services which they may look at your options.

    • +1 vote

      Most people don't know how to fill out the forms correctly and what information they need.

      Something like share allocations, types of shares, number of directors etc are not something that most people without a business background would know.

      If you haven't dealt with ASIC before, they charge fees and penalties for almost everything so you want to make sure it is done right the first time.

      The value added service is peace of mind knowing that someone experienced is registering your company. I know that our fees for company/abn/tfn/gst registration often starts at $990 and then some.

      Also, not everyone opens a company to run a business, it could be an investment vehicle, or for asset protection purposes etc. I think a few hundred dollars to someone experienced is definitely worth the investment since you have so much riding on it being done correctly.

      Just my opinion :)