Business structures

Most entrepreneurs assume that a limited company is the best way to structure their business for taxation purposes, but in certain cases other structures may be more advantageous.

The UK permits a variety of trading structures, including various forms of partnership, UK establishments and sole traders. Each has its advantages and each can be the best option depending on circumstances.

These circumstances change as businesses grow. If, for example, your limited company develops two separate strands, each with different profits and risk profiles, a business restructure may be the sensible choice, from both commercial and tax perspectives.

Once we have a sound understanding of your business objectives, we can suggest the business structures most appropriate for your organisation.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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