One of the best ways to achieve financial independence is to set up a company of your own. The possibilities of earning money from a company are unlimited, if you devote enough time to it. Before you set up the company, however, there are some facts are to be considered. A few of those facts have been discussed below.
The first thing you should decide is the type of company you are going to set up. There are definite advantages of setting up a limited company over a sole trader business. If you set up a limited company, your shareholders will be immune to any debts incurred by the company, if any. This financial immunity will bolster the trust that shareholders place on your company. Your personal assets will also be safe from any financial problems of the company. The drawback is that the director(s) may have to act as guarantor(s) in case you have to take a loan for your business. If you are a sole trader, you are the only person involved with the company. So, your personal assets may be affected in case of a lawsuit getting filed against your business. This is a very important point that sole traders often mistakenly tend to overlook.
If you are going to set up a limited liability set up offshore company in hong kong company, you should first talk to a good lawyer or a company formation agent. These people will be able to inform you about the correct procedure you need to follow in order to set up a company. Company formation agents are particularly helpful when you set up a company with their help. The first thing you will have to do is to give your company a unique name. This name must not be used by any other company of the same type in your area. Then, you will have to file two documents, namely, the Memorandum of Association and the Articles of Association. If you do not know how to create these, the agent can prepare and file these documents for you. Before you have these documents filed at your nearest business registration agency, you have to pay the registration fees there. Finally, you will have to fill up one or two forms, depending on the laws in your country. In these forms, you will have to provide various types of information about your company, including the company name, permanent address, name(s) of the director(s), the powers that the directors will have, and so on.