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Setting up a company

This section has helpful guides and tips on how to set up a company in the UK including setting up a limited company and Companies House and HMRC regulations.

The essential guide to setting up a business on eBay

With the help of a couple of entrepreneurs, we explain how to go about setting up a business on eBay.

Setting up a company

Setting up a company

The seven-point checklist for setting up a business

Sarah Musgrove, editor in chief of Opus Energy, offers a seven-point checklist to help you in setting up a business. Ian and Gary from Raybon Putters also share how they got started.

Setting up a company

Should you run your buy-to-let properties through a limited company?

Here, Jonathan Amponsah, founder and CEO of The Tax Guys guides us on if it is worth running your buy-to-let through your company.

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Best countries for opening an LLC

Here we look at how you can set up a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Hong Kong, Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain.

Setting up a company

Top tips on what to consider when choosing a business location

Research from Love Energy Savings reveals that North Scotland has the highest business energy rates in the UK.

Setting up a company

Thinking of starting a business? Why not consider one of these?

Tired of answering to the big man? Looking for a new challenge? Want to be your own boss? Then you are reading the right article.

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5 reasons for start-ups to consider a property strategy

Often lacking in a business plan, a property strategy can give a start-up the edge it needs in a competitive marketplace. But why is the planning of a physically expanding business important for a fledgling business?

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How can small teams challenge creativity

Here, Andy Bolter, creative partner at Yes&Pepper, tells us how you can inspire creativity in your small business team.

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New year, new business resolution: Top tips for start-ups

Stephen Ibbotson, ICAEW director of business, offers up some tips to help a new business get off to a strong start in 2017.

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Ireland trumps the rest of Europe as the best place to start a business

Ireland and the UK top the list of the best countries to start a business due to easy access to finance and strong economic growth, a study reveals.

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A guide to starting your own electrician business

With the right qualifications and tools electricians can make a successful living. Here are some pointers to starting up in the industry.

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Leader of the Year: Bee Naturals interview

Paul Vagg, owner of Bee Naturals, won the Leader of the Year at the British Small Business Awards, tells us what winning the award means to him.

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Ten important steps to take when setting up a new business

Jonathan Finn looks at the steps you need to take to make sure that when you set up a new business it has the best chance of flying.

Setting up a company

Meet the dad who is taking on Lego

Here, we talk to Assim Ishaque of toy company Simbrix about pixel art, prototypes and product development.

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Can businesses save money on CBILS repayment costs by refinancing for a RLS loan?

Your business could save money on CBILS repayments by refinancing for an RLS loan – Funding Options tells us how

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What is professional indemnity insurance?

Professional indemnity insurance provides cover if somebody sues your business and they allege that your advice caused financial loss or damaged their brand. It’s not just for accountants and lawyers but for anyone offering a personal service, even web designers

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What is public liability insurance, and does it cover Covid-19 claims?

Public liability insurance can cover your small business if a third party has an accident or injury. But does public liability insurance cover claims made against your business arising from Covid-19?

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Business insurance everything you need to know

Every small business may need to be insured at some level. But which policies are must-haves, and which are optional? Edward Murray guides you through the maze