Stay up to date with the latest information and advice surrounding companies limited by guarantee, also referred to as “not-for-profit” or “charitable companies”.
A company limited by guarantee has no shares or stakeholders. Instead, it is owned by guarantors who agree a set amount of money towards company debts, if the company were to fail. Read on to find out about the different types of limited companies and the benefits of forming a company limited by guarantee.
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