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Is partnership agreement legal contract?

10th January 2012
Partnership Agreement There are a different business structures that you can opt from when setting up your business. The four main forms of business structures commonly used by small businesses are: Sole trader: an individual trading on their own. ...
Author: Robert Mark
Business Law

Company Formation Your Option

18th October 2011
If you intend to trade as a UK business then you need to first deal with company formation. Initially this means deciding on the type of business entity you wish to regsiter before settling on a name and then applying for the registration. Alternatively, ...
Author: Henry James
Business Law

New Business Registration Basics

15th August 2011
Individuals starting a new business venture should know exactly what all registrations and licenses are required for the industry they want to join. This can be a complex process, as depending on the various aspects of your business, federal, territory, s...
Author: Kapil hauradhur
Business Law

Fast, Easy and Painless Business Name Registration

08th August 2011
A business name is simply a name or title under which a person or a legal entity trades. It is sometimes referred to as trading name. If the business structure chosen is a sole trader, a partnership or a trust, and not a company then one is required to re...
Author: Joe Bowers

Structuring Your Company In The Most Tax Efficient Way

04th July 2011
It is all too common for Small to Medium Business owners to get swallowed up by their own company; you have all heard the term 'working in the business, not on the business', and I can certainly relate to that. So who gets time to look at the nitty-gri...
Author: BenW2811
Bankruptcy Law

Filing Bankruptcy In Florida- Interrelated Article For Credit Card Bankruptcy

23rd June 2011
So here is chance to get your free tips on filing bankruptcy in florida and in addition to that get basic information on saving money visit car loans bankruptcy If you operate as a sole trader , you'll be personally liable for any obligations that your...
Author: akash123
Business Law

Company formation

25th June 2010
You may be interested in company formation if you are an aspiring entrepreneur or someone who has many business ideas you may like to put to the test, or maybe you are already a business owner who wished to expand and form a large business. If you fall in...
Author: Davis Morris

Saving BusinessTax

14th April 2010
One always has to be very aware that tax avoidance is a legal and proper means of minimizing your tax bill where as tax evasion is illegal and must be avoided. HMRC (Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs) have increasing powers and this is a very strong deterr...
Author: UK Tax Refunds
Business Law

UK Limited Company - Benefits

07th April 2010
Having your very own UK Limited company can provide one with considerable advantages as compared with being a sole trader.For one thing it does give consumers the feeling thst s Limited company is a more substantial undertaking than just a one man band.Ho...
Author: UK Tax Refunds