A limited company has a separate legal entity to its owners, unlike a sole trader or partnership. This means the company’s finances are separate from the personal finances of their owners. To incorporate a Limited Company you will need a minimum of one Director and one Shareholder
Limited Liability Partnerships enjoy the commercial benefits that come from being a body corporate and their members benefit from the protection of limited liability. They can operate with all the organisational flexibility of a partnership, and are taxed as such. To incorporate a LLP you will need at least two designated members, who will be responsible for filing statutory documents >>More
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