Limited Company Guides
How to set up and run a limited company. From incorporation to dealing with ongoing administration. Here are our most popular guides:
- Limited, Sole Trader, Partnership or LLP? – the main business structures.
- Set up a Company – the key steps in the incorporation process.
- Articles / Memorandum of Association – what these documents do.
- Company Naming – your name must abide by various rules and conventions.
- Types of Limited Company – not all are private limited companies.
- Registered Office Address – every limited company must have one.
- Certificate of Incorporation – when is it, and what information does it contain?
- Ltd Company Advantages – How being limited compares to other structures.
- Share Capital – how different types of shares can be issued.
- Limited Liability – what does this term mean in practice for directors?
- Company Directors – who can become a company director?
- Limited vs Self Employed – we compare the key features of each structure.
In order to get a business off the ground, it’s vital to have some cash to get the enterprise going and give it some momentum.
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