Posted by , February 10th, 2015

When setting up a family trust you have to choose what type of trustee you want to control the trust. The trustee may be one or more individuals, or a private (i.e. proprietary limited) company specifically setup to act as trustee. The advantages of using a corporate trustee are typically listed as: Limited Liability – […]

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Posted by , November 24th, 2014

eCompanies now has the convenient feature of exporting company information for import into your corporate register software. This saves a considerable amount of time when you want to use software like BGL’s Corporate Affairs System (CAS). The export feature is available for any company registered through us, and contains the information used to register the […]

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Posted by , September 24th, 2014

One of the most common questions asked by small businesses and entrepreneurs everyday, is whether to trade as a company or as a sole trader. This decision impacts on business relations, tax, legal and financial aspects of the business and deciding between the two will depend on your own personal situation and the future plans […]

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Posted by , July 29th, 2014

We have a guest post from Clancy Clark of DesignCrowd on how crowd sourcing can help small businesses lower costs, specifically in the area of branding and design.

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Posted by , October 20th, 2011

Things to consider if you want to perform a preferred company name registration.

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Posted by , 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.

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