As a limited company owner or director, one way you can raise capital, reward employees or facilitate expansion is by issuing new shares in your company.
Here are Bytestart’s 20 productivity tips to help you accomplish more each day. Even if you manage just one or two changes, it could make a difference.
With rising rent rates across the UK, in 2023, it is proving that if you are on the property ladder, you are potentially onto a winner. However, there are some key lessons to learn when setting up your initial property portfolio and launching your first limited property company.
Employers liability insurance is a type of business insurance policy that virtually all firms employing someone must take out. However, there are some notable exceptions.
A Startup now is operating within a time of profound disruption and instability. This challenges the organisation to find a core ground together within which the stormy seas can be navigated. A ground that calls us to participate with all of our faculties awakened.
Registering as a sole trader is easy and inexpensive to do, but being self employed is not all sunshine and rainbows. Here are 15 things you should know about setting up a business as on your own.
One of the first tasks you will have when starting up your business will be to decide whether to set up a new limited company, or become self-employed.
If you’re a company officer – typically a director or secretary – you need to provide Companies House with a correspondence address to receive official paperwork. This is also known as a ‘service address’.