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Whether you choose to operate as a sole trader or a limited company has implications for tax, legal and financial responsibilities. It will also affect how much paperwork you need to complete to get started.
But what is the difference between the two structures?
And which one is the best fit for your business?What's The Difference
A sole trader is the exclusive owner of a business. As a result, they keep all profits after tax has been paid while also being liable for all losses. It is easy to get started as a sole trader and paperwork is relatively minimal.
A limited company has its own legal identity, separate to its owners. This means that personal assets are not exposed and the owner of a limited company is responsible for its debts but they only stand to lose the amount of capital they invested.
There are undoubtedly advantages and disadvantages to each structure and it is the unique circumstances by which a business is run that determine which is the best route to follow.
Would you like to find out more? We would be happy to talk it through with you and find the help set you on track to financial and business success.Contact Us