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Which type of business to register as?

Discussion in 'Legal, Insurance, Employment and Health & Safety' started by Scott TGB, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. Scott TGB

    Scott TGB

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    I am opening an e-commerce business and am looking at the different types of businesses to register as.

    I will be a one man band and be working from home. What would be the best type of business to register as?

    I have already been on the hmrc and companies house website and I am still unsure which structure to choose.
  2. shaununo

    shaununo

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  3. Scott TGB

    Scott TGB

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    The thing is... i am already in full time employment and will be while running the business. Does this make a difference?

    Thanks!!
  4. shaununo

    shaununo

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    Hi no,

    This has happened to me many years ago, just ring hmrc customer services and explain you are earning additional income through self employment while still getting paid and working for a company, they will send you a form to fill in with your tax returns, you just fill this form in with your employers details, your NI number and wages he has paid you and all the tax he has paid on your behalf, etc

    It's all pretty simple really, there is probably a form for every situation you can think off, they want that tax! lol
  5. Scott TGB

    Scott TGB

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    They sure do mate! Thanks!!
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