Monday, 8 July 2013

Should you be Freelance or a LTD Company?

Creative projects going well? Need to expand your business?

Here’s the question you need to ask - should you stay as a creative freelancer / sole trader or take the plunge and set up as a limited company?

You don't need to be in a fancy corporate office block to become a limited company

Starting a Limited Company is a big decision and there’s a lot of research to do before you decide if it’s right for you.

To help you decide on The MYOBS Show today we look at the good and bad points of registering as a limited company plus we find out how difficult it is to move from being freelance to being a director of your own company.

Find all the info you need to know on today’s MYOB Show!

Who’s on the show?

Guest: Ed O’Neill – MD of English in Newcastle – a 1:1 language school in the North of England.

Presenter: Dom O'Neill – Long time freelancer in broadcasting and creative industries.

Producer: Alistair Goodier – Currently studying a Masters Degree in Radio Production (& Management) at the University of Sunderland.

Why you should listen?

Ed shares the lessons he learned setting up his language school. These lessons are still fresh in his mind as he offers The MYOB Show a refreshingly positive and encouraging take on the subject of setting up a company.
 Thinking of expanding your creative business? setting up a limited company can make the process much easier!

Find out how and why on…

The MYOB Show!

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