20 minutes | Apr 29, 2021

Ep39 – Why setup a Limited Liability Partnership

You may have heard of a Limited Liability Partnership business or LLP, but do you know what they are and why you might want to choose this business structure over being a Limited company or sole trader? This week Rob and Mark discuss the the pros and cons, as well as how to go about setting one up in what is the first part of a mini series on the topic. For more information and details of the full range of services on offer, you can visit the Johnson & Boon Solicitors website. If you would like some further help or advice, you can call our offices on 0151 637 2034 or email info@johnsonandboon.co.uk You can also follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram & Twitter where we post the latest news, updates and useful tips. You can also listen to the show on YouTube. Other Episodes 22 Jun Johnson & Boon, Podcasts Ep41 – Should you sell your Business through an Auction? 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