Business start-ups: tax implications of different forms of business organisation
Guidance for those considering forming a new business on potential savings from choosing specific legal structures.
Year of Publication2009
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) account for 99.1% of all businesses and over 50% of turnover. Approximately 500 are created every day but one in three fail in the first year. The type of legal structure is of importance not only for the day-to-day commercial practicalities, but also for the taxation implications. These are reviewed in this note.
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- Subject Collection > Business > Economics & Finance
- Subject Collection > Business > Business start-up
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