If you have the drive and enthusiasm to create your own business, the next thing you need to consider are the practicalities and legal formalities of getting your business started. There are various ways you can structure your business and each brings with it different legal obligations and protections. These include:
- Sole Trader – a self-employed individual running their own business
- Partnership – two or more individuals who share the management and profits
- Limited Company – a legal structure that provides limited personal liability to the owners of the business
From day one our corporate team can advise you as to company formation, the pro’s and con’s of different company structures, and the most appropriate structure for your business.
Our team can advise on company formations and assist you with the process of getting your company up and running, ensuring that you comply with company law regulations and getting your business off to the best possible start.
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