Having decided that a company is the right business structure, chosen a name, worked out who will be running the company (directors), and who will own the company (shareholders), how do you now go about registering it?
Posted by dan, December 16th, 2011
One of the largest areas of confusion when people register a company is around company shares. Most people know that companies on the stock exchange have shares that can be bought and sold but don’t realise that most private companies also have shareholders…
Posted by dan, October 20th, 2011
Things to consider if you want to perform a preferred company name registration.
Posted by dan, October 5th, 2011
Setting up a company in Australia has never been easier. In the recent past you would have to hand over well in excess of a thousand dollars to an accountant/solicitor and wait days. Alternatively you would have to buy a ‘shelf company’ (a shelf company was pre incorporated to get around the lengthy registration period [...]
Posted by dan, September 22nd, 2011
eCompanies now supports specifying that your new company’s sole purpose is to be the trustee of a superannuation fund. This has been one of our most requested features and qualifies such companies for much lower annual fees, at time of writing this is $42 as opposed to $226.50.