Should you register as a sole trader or limited company? 6 things to consider

One of the first decisions you’ll have to make as a business owner, is the legal structure within which you want to operate your company; as a sole trader, a limited company, or a partnership.

16th September, 2014
Setting up as a limited company offers many tax and pension benefits, but the red tape and more complicated structure mean it isn't for everyone.

One of the first decisions you’ll have to make as a business owner, is the legal structure within which you want to operate your company; as a sole trader, a limited company, or a partnership. Each structure has its own pros and cons, all of which should be carefully weighed up before making the final decision.

**The Daily Business Post** ask Sinead Doherty, managing partner and founder of Fenero.ie, what the most important...

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