What are we talking about when we call a company dormant? And why would anyone want one? Here, we explain all there is to know about this particular business structure.
What are assets? Assets are all the resources your business owns or leases in order to operate. In this article, we’ll explain current and fixed assets, so you can take stock of your company as a whole.
A sole trader is the simplest business structure as there is no difference between the person and the company: there is little extra paperwork and regulations, but also personal liability for any losses.
What you need to know about shares including who can be a shareholder, what shares mean, how much they’re worth and how shares are issued
It takes a lot of work to run a business and manage staff. A blended workforce is one option to consider. What is a blended workforce? Read on to find out.
The prospect of dealing with ‘company accounts’ may seem a daunting one, but when it comes to dormant companies the...
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What are the different types of business ownership and what benefits do each of them have? Here's a simple and clear guide.
Small businesses face legal issues more than 10 times every year, but Legal Plan can help cut the costs. Learn more with our Legal Plan frequently asked questions.
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