When forming and starting your own business, it is essential to ensure that you can find reliable suppliers and wholesalers, and secure both for the best price.
Self-employment is a path that a growing number of people are beginning to follow, which could be why there are now 4.69 million self-employed people in the UK. In this guide we will give you some tips on becoming self-employed.
The coronavirus crisis is affecting businesses throughout the UK, but the government is putting a range of measures in place to help bring some certainty to a fast-changing situation.
For many entrepreneurs starting up their business, the tax advantages and other benefits of choosing to set up an offshore company are appealing. But where are the best countries to set up an offshore company?
Starting a business with your significant other may sound like a fantastic idea, but operating a family business can add a new level of challenges and dynamics, which should be considered before you start your business venture.
Forming a company is an exciting prospect, but a lot of preparation needs to be in place to start off on the right foot. In this blog post we will take a look at the research, planning and effort that is involved when forming your own company.
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.
Limited liability partnerships (LLPs) are a type of legal structure for businesses of all sizes, which sit somewhere between a traditional partnership and a limited company. In an LLP, there are at least two business partners and each partner has limited liability, meaning they are not responsible for another partner’s misconduct, debts or malpractice.
There are multiple potential benefits of forming a properly structured offshore company. In this blog post we’ll take a look at what an offshore company is and how establishing one can benefit you and your business.
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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