Public Limited Company (PLC) formation can provide you with liquidity, better access to capital and a more prestigious business profile, amongst other factors. Take a look at the below articles to discover useful information surrounding PLC formation.
When you're considering starting a business, choosing the correct legal structure is one of the most important decisions you will make, as this affects everything from how you pay taxes and get paid to the level of liability you have.
If you own your own company and trade as a sole trader then you are personally responsible for everything, whereas a limited company exists in its own right, and it means that the owners are not directly responsible for the company's finances in the event of bankruptcy.
Becoming a Public Limited Company, or PLC, can be an advantageous move for a business. In this blog post we will look at what a PLC is, how to set one up and whether it is the right choice for your business.
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