Accounting for Companies: 1

The Background
  • D. E. Turner
  • P. H. Turner


Most of those who form companies do so in order to obtain limited liability. This means that, if the company is would up and the assets are not sufficient to pay the debts, the shareholders are only liable for a limited amount (none, in fact, if their shares are fully paid). It is the creditors themselves who suffer the loss.


Limited Liability Share Capital Sole Proprietor Preference Share Sole Proprietorship 
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© D. E. Turner and P. H. Turner 1991

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