Description - Setting Up a Limited Company by Mark Fairweather
The Pocket LawyerI series is designed for members of the public who want 'how to' guidance in situations that would normally require expert advice. Each title: Is written by experts in their field Contains all the information you need in one book Has an accessible and user-friendly layout and structure Is supported by a companion website providing free updates and ready-to-use documents and letters About this title: You can set up a business in one of four ways: as a limited company, as a sole trader, as a partnership or as a limited liability partnership. Each of these has its advantages and disadvantages. This book will help you decide which option is best for you. If you decide that setting up a limited company is the best choice for you, this book will be invaluable. It explains the implications of being a company director or company secretary and guides you through all the paperwork required by law to set up and run a limited company in England or Wales.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Mark Fairweather
Mark Fairweather is a practising solicitor and is one of the founding partners of the legal firm Fairweather Stephenson Co. He and Rosy Border have written 14 titles together, including five in Cavendish Publishing's Pocket Lawyer series. He has two children and lives in Suffolk. Rosy Border, co-author of this title and series editor of the Pocket Lawyer series, has a first class honours degree in French and has worked in publishing, lecturing, journalism and the law. A prolific author and adapter, she stopped counting after 150 titles. Rosy and her husband, John Rabson, live in rural Suffolk and have a grown up family. Rosy enjoys DIY, entertaining and retail therapy in French markets.