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From the moment you decide to start up your own business, you will definitely face all sorts of questions:
Do I start my business as a sole proprietor or do I set up a company?
Which type of legal form is best suited to my type of business?
Do I have sufficient resources or do I need financing?
Which steps should I take?
These are just a few of the many questions that self-employed people and managers face about the legal structure of their future company.
Surplus has the answers to all of these questions and has already guided many entrepreneurs through the process from beginning to end, from developing the concept to carrying out all the necessary formalities.
Drawing up a financial plan
Drawing up the memorandum of association*
Registration, deposition and publication of the memorandum of association*
Looking for shareholders
* only for non-notarial deeds
Benefit from our many years of experience in accounting, tax law, liquidations, start-ups and advice.