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Being a desiring business owner, critical examination must be placed into the various business structures when opening your business. Each business requires the correct planning and structure in the business agreement. Without an agreement delineating the relationships between the members, managers, partners and shareholders, the court applies default provisions. There is a significant possibility that the default provisions dictating the law will not align with the needs of the organizers. The most common methods of business operations are as sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations. As such, after careful review and revision of the different business organizations, I have decided that I would establish a Limited Liability Company (LLC). A Limited Liability Company, quite simply is a company whose liability is limited. That’s the short version. The longer version is that a limited company is a type of company which when set-up allows an entrepreneur to keep their own assets and finances separate from the business itself. This means that people who have invested in the business (the shareholders) are only responsible for any company debts up-to the amount that they have invested and no more. It is therefore a good way for a business to get investment and run without risk to a personal wealth. Essentially a Limited Company is seen as an entity in its own right, which can be subject to legal action. As a separate body, a limited company can even be the director of another company.
The Company Types * Public Limited Companies – also known as PLC’s, Public Limited Companies are businesses which have been established with at least two (2) shareholders with at least £50,000 worth of shares issued. * Private Limited Companies – are similar to public companies but can be run with just one member and cannot...

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