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To put your business on a proper footing with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and other authorities, you need to make sure that it has the right legal structure. It's worth thinking carefully about which structure best suits the way that you do business, as this will affect:
the tax and...
Legal 'Health' Check
Want to check how legally healthy your business is? Contact Law’s Small
Business Legal Health Check can easily give an overview of your business
and alert you to what areas should be of most concern. The legal health
check will ask you questions concerning:
Legal obligations to your...
Debt Recovery: Legal Action
Legal action may arise for several reasons, including chasing unpaid accounts, breach of contract, personal injury, etc. The chasing of debts is a time consuming and often expensive process. However, procedures within the Small Claims Courts have been issued to reduce the time and expenses of...
A balance sheet details your business' assets and liabilities, and shows the financial state of your company at a specific point in time. The assets less liabilities will always equal capital employed, hence the term 'balance' sheet. You should produce a balance sheet at the end of...
Limited Liability Company
Limited companies exist in their own right, which means that the company's finances are separate from the personal finances of their owners.
Shareholders may be individuals or other companies. They are not responsible for the company's debts unless they have given guarantees - for example, a...
A non-disclosure agreement, sometimes referred to as a confidentiality agreement, is a legally binding document that protects a product or process that you have invented from being disclosed by another party. If you do not want information about your invention to enter the public domain, then you...
It is a good idea to discuss your requirements with a registered insurance broker. As he or she is likely to receive commission on any sales made, the time and advice given to you should be free of charge.
Provides protection against claims brought by people other than...
April 2011 - Annika Erikson (ArtiCheck)
ArtiCheck is an app for the iPad which will allow museums, galleries,
public and private collections to condition-check artwork using a handheld
device in the galleries or art storage areas rather than filling out paper
reports on clipboards.
Artworks tour on exhibitions to three or four...
A social enterprise is a business with primarily social objectives, whose surpluses are reinvested in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders or owners.
Social enterprises operate across the economy in areas as diverse as retail,...