Which UK Business Entity is best for your Start Up?

By Simon O’ Connor, 24th April 2016 Whether you’re just starting out or deciding on the right structure for your existing company, understanding the law around business organization is important. You’ll have to assess the nature of your business to figure out which option will afford you the most benefits. The main business entities in Read more…

A Closer look at Company Types in Czech Republic

By Marco De Kock, 25th March 2016 Czech Republic is located in the heart of Europe and offers some many advantages over most other European countries for business start-ups. This includes a strong infrastructure, both a highly educated and skilled workforce, low wage costs (Monthly average is CZK 25,000) and attractive tax rates. In the Czech Read more…

Connect – a digital data gathering system created to combat tax avoidance

By David Gregan, 26th January 2016 At the moment Tax avoidance seems to be a popular topic on the international stage at such event as the G20 and it is no surprise to learn the Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are investing heavily to redeem lost revenue. Connect Digital data system Since 2008, HMRC Read more…

What are the requirements to register a company in Poland?

By Simon O’ Connor, 24th Nov 2015 Poland is located in the of Europe giving the country easy access to over 250 million consumers. The country offers many attractive incentives for foreign directors including grants up to 50% which helps make it one of the most popular destinations in Europe for start-up companies. The most Read more…

A closer look at company types in Germany

By Simon O’ Connor, 25th Aug 2015 Europe is the largest market in the world with nearly 500 million consumers. Within Europe, Germany is the state with largest and most important economy making it arguably the most attractive location for business in the European Union. Company formation in Germany can be significantly cheap. From office Read more…

New European rules will force Corporate Transparency

By Simon O’ Connor, 7th July 2015 European companies will soon have to disclose information regarding who owns or controls them. The Fourth Anti-Money laundering Directive which was published in early June and came into effect on the 26th of June, 2015 requires all European member states to incorporate the directive into their own national Read more…

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