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Company Structures

Getting your company structure right from the commencement of your business is important to your long term success. If the ownership structure is not correct it can put at risk your assets and have taxation issues as a result of a lack of planning.

The most common business structures are sole trader, partnership and proprietary limited company. Each one has advantages and disadvantages.

In deciding what structure to choose you should consider such factors as taxation, type and size of business, finance requirements and establishment costs. It is also important to know the structure you choose for your business may change in the future depending on its needs and requirements.

The team at Ferguson Cannon Lawyers have extensive experience in advising clients of all sizes and from a variety of industries. Our clients include locally based and international businesses.

We meet with our clients other trusted advisors including their accountants to ensure that the structures that we be proposed comply with our clients’ taxation objectives as well as their asset protection and growth objectives for their business.

Our team will provide fixed fee quotes in relation to this service.

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