Get Company Registration In Laxmi Nagar at reasonable prices. A company is an association of person which is artificial but legal person. If you are starting a new business on small scale or large, registering it is the first step. There are numerous advantages of company registration. First of all, it provides protection. When your business name is registered, it gets protected means no one can use that name for running business. For more protection you can also choose trademark. A company is registered under Companies act 1956. For the purpose of registration, an application shall be made to the registrar for ascertaining the availability of the proposed name. After obtaining approval of name, following documents shall be filed with registrar: Memorandum of association Articles of association Statutory declaration n
If registrar is satisfied that all necessary requirements are fulfilled, he shall register the document and issue the certificate of incorporation.
A company has perpetual succession means the life of company does not depend upon the life of its members. Directors, members, employees act only as agents of company. Death, insolvency, insanity or retirement of any member does not affect the continuity of the company. A company shall continue forever until it is wound up, dissolved or by the order of court or registrar of company.
When the question arose in mind that why should I register a company? This confusion can be resolved by a long list of benefits of company registration.
Other main reason to register a company is the liability protection. The liability of members of a company is limited. In the case of limited company the liability of members are limited, they are liable to pay only such amounts is due from them to the company.
In the case of private company minimum number of person is two. A private company is entitled to commence its business immediately after receiving the certificate of incorporation. For a public company minimum number of person is seven. For the commencement of business of a public company, a certificate is required.
Tax deduction can also be considered as a vital fact for company registration. Companies pays corporation tax on their taxable profits and the level of corporation tax is low than income tax. Not only this, after company registration you can get tax deduction for expenses related to your business. Even for establishing a bank account on the name of company, registration is must.
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Obee’s Soups Salads & Subs is owned by Obee’s Franchise Systems Inc., Obee’s currently has over 50 restaurants open and in development across 21 states. The company has commitments to open over 1,000 additional locations over the next ten years. The chain has won numerous local and regional awards for its food menu and service.
Obee’s Franchise Systems, Inc., (OTC Pink Sheets: CYPW) is an OTC Pink Sheets listed small cap stock company, who recently announced that the first restaurant in Port St. Lucie, Florida has been sold by the company’s Area Developer for St. Lucie county. The obee’s(R) soups, salads & subs, located 10075 S. Federal Highway in the Port St. Lucie Town Center has recently been sold by Bruce Campbell to Mr. and Mrs. Ronaldo Silva. The transaction now clears the way for Obee’s Franchise Systems, Inc. and Mr. Campbell to begin selling new franchises in the territory.
‘Bruce made a very prudent decision when he first agreed to be an area developer for our company,’ explained Peter Brown OBFM President. ‘He decided that instead of immediately selling franchises of a restaurant brand that at the time was unknown in this area, he would instead operate the first location himself and thus become an expert. He has done just that and now we’re ready to assist him in every way possible.’
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There’s a lot to be said for knowing the possible pitfalls before embarking on any journey and “My Online Business Strategy” (MOBS) is a successful blue print that allows you to feel comfortable in the knowledge that you can avoid and overcome them.
Let’s just take a look at some of the dangers and traps:
* A hyped up product, system or strategy which doesn’t delivery on its promises. Often these are pitched in such a way to win over an audience of would be punters so that they buy.
* Material presented in vast quantities without covering all the required information.
* The quantity is large enough so that after the purchaser has consumed it all and realizes that he or she cannot make money the original seller is not marketing the product any longer and can offer little or no assistance.
* Information overload – here the vastness and the variety of information provided makes the purchaser feel overwhelmed and they then blame themselves for not being able to commit the time and effort needed and therefore give up.
* Many people have been in the position of giving up – some even go through the same loop over and over with different products. The desire is so great that people are blinded by the repeated failings.
Here’s how, “My Online Business Strategy” helps you overcome and avoid all this:
* It is not hyped up. It is down to earth. “My Online Business Strategy” points out that you will not become a millionaire overnight and that you will have to work at it.
* The material was not created to sell. This material is the process that Gary Gregory uses to build his own sites. These sites make him over $100,000 per year.
* “MOBS” leaves nothing out whilst ensuring that you are led by the hand. This prevents information overload.
* “My Online Business Strategy” provides toll free live support should you fall into difficulties. This is surely absolute proof that the detail is present without being overwhelming. “My Online Business Strategy” could not offer this level of support if it was anything other than a complete easy to use blue print for online success.
For those starting their accountancy career, achieving the status of partner at their firm can seem a lofty ambition. If you are a trainee at one of the Big4 firms the route to becoming a partner is to progress up the corporate ladder. At the bottom of the ladder are the interns (trainees), who, upon qualifying become associates.
The next step is to be promoted to a senior associate, then a manager, senior manager and then (hopefully) being offered a partnership. The length of time it takes to become a partner will be at least 10-12 years, which seems a long time, yet if you start as a graduate trainee at 21, this means you could make partner by the time you are in your early thirties. Fast progression is made even more possible if your area of specialisation e.g. tax is an area the firm particularly needs expertise in.
On being offered a position as a partner you will be encouraged to buy into the firm i.e. invest your own money in the firm (possibly by taking out a loan) in order to become a part-owner of the firm. New partners make the decision to invest in the knowledge that they will receive a big salary which will go up every year (starting from about 60,000-160,000 per year to 500,000 and above), and upon retiring they will receive dividends each year thereafter.
By part owning the firm however a partner has to consider the financial risk involved to him/herself should the firm become involved in any litigation, since then as part-owner would be considered culpable, even if they were not personally responsible. The Big4 firms employ over 500 partners each, with KPMG having over 800.
The route to the top is more difficult for some than others women and ethnic minorities are severely under-represented at partnership level, with some large accountancy practices having none at all at the top level. The Big4 have less than 5% ethnic minorities and less than 10% women partners. This is more surprising if you consider that most of the big firms take on an equal amount of male and female graduate trainees, and reinforces the stereotypical image of partners all being white and male.
However the top firms are starting to recognise that they might be missing out on talent and beginning to bring into practice new working conditions e.g. flexitime in order to help with childcare arrangements.
The typical online entrepreneur is a different species insofar as they generally work alone and within an industry that can be very stressful and demanding. Being your own boss is great however many are prone to second thoughts about this when they find that everything’ is their responsibility! Without physical, or often times, moral support, people working online have to reach deep within themselves for the strength or motivation to get the job done. Obviously those who succeed on the internet have mastered the ‘art form’ of learning how to motivate themselves! Learning how to get motivated however always has its roots in a very strong reason as to ‘why’ it is people are working online! It is the ‘why’ of every entrepreneur that ultimately keeps them moving forward!
Here are the 3 biggest ‘whys’ entrepreneurs use when learning how to motivate themselves in order to maintain the drive necessary to succeed on the internet.
Always a big motivator, money is one of the most ‘popular’ reasons people market on the internet. Whether it is for need or perhaps to expand an already existent ‘offline’ business earning or increasing an income is a powerful and popular force for people to be working online.
Some people have taken advantage of the easy to use and inexpensive internet platform to pursue a personal passion. Whether it is a cause, hobby or perhaps a business idea, if it is fueled by passion there is little doubt that these people will lack motivation.
Most internet businesses involve working online from home or actually anywhere one may choose and this is a very attractive option. In addition, the potential for earning a significant income is very real due to the access you have to a global audience, on a 24/7 basis no less! A lifestyle like this is hard to ignore and even harder to not strongly desire! Even working longer hours is not an issue since you can pick and choose where and when you work!
As we have spoken about here today the typical online entrepreneur must absolutely posses some strong motivations in order to be successful working online. Due to the ‘isolated’ nature of internet marketing, individuals must learn how to get motivated and stay that way without the help or support of others. For this reason their motivations need to be strong and lasting and 3 of the most common motivations people have for working online are reviewed above. As you can see any of these 3 factors that drive people to succeed on the internet are very strong. It is an absolute must however that the individual has the great ‘desire’ or ‘need’ first or they will not be able to sustain their efforts and achieve success.