Entrepreneurs’ Relief: What is it? Who does it affect?

Tosin Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneuship

Overview Entrepreneurs’ Relief is a capital gains tax benefit available to business owners, partners, and some shareholders. In most circumstances, company owners who sell residential property have to pay a 28% tax on the gains made in that sale. Other assets that are sold will have a capital gains tax of 20%. Those eligible for Entrepreneurs’ Relief are instead taxed …

The 12 Biggest Legal Mistakes That Startups Make

Tosin Business Finance, Entrepreneurship, Legal Advice, Legal Documents, Terms and Conditions

  They neglect the basics    It is important that any startup has the necessary legal documents in place from as early on in the company as possible. This means having shareholders agreements, co-founders agreements and other necessary agreements needed in order to launch the company. Being legally secure will prevent further implications in the future. It is easy for …

Major Tips On How To Support Your Co-founders

Tosin Entrepreneurship, Small Business, Startup Advice & Tips

Tip #1: Let them lead When building a startup often co-founders would want to do everything themselves. However, this will often lead to fatigue and burnout. The whole point of having a co-founder is to have a partner along with you on the journey of your new business venture. This means that you can’t do everything by yourself and it …

What A Shareholders Agreement Is And Why Your Startup Needs One

Tosin Entrepreneurship, Family Business, Intellectual Property

What is a Shareholder Agreement? A shareholders agreement should essentially be the cornerstone of any business venture between founders and partners. It is a legally binding document that sets out the structure of the company. A shareholders agreement can be among many people, not only the co-founders but anyone who has a potential interest in the company. The agreement should …

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa: Who Can Apply

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa: Who Can Apply?

Linkilaw Entrepreneurship, Legal Advice

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa: Who Can Apply? You’re looking to start a company in Europe. After a bit of research you’ve decided on the UK. Only problem is, you need a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa. So are you eligible? It’s important to note that there are three types of entrepreneur visa: 1. Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa 2. Tier 1 Graduate …

are entrepreneurs born or made?

Are Entrepreneurs Born Or Made?

Linkilaw Entrepreneurship, Motivation & Success

MADE, one of the UK’s leading business events for entrepreneurship takes place in Sheffield later this month. Now in its fifth year, MADE showcases a hotbed of seasoned business owners and emerging entrepreneurs. It has been frequently suggested that entrepreneurs are born, not made, and that what drives individuals to become a successful business entrepreneur has more to do with …

Welcome To Linkilaw- Here Is Our Story

Linkilaw Entrepreneurship

Dear readers,   After so many blog posts in which we’ve covered all kinds of various legal topics and tips, we thought it’s high time you got to know something about us, too.   So here it goes: who we are, what we do, and why we do what we do.   We are a London-based legal tech startup founded …

Signs Why You Should Invest In Startups

Linkilaw Entrepreneurship

The world of investments is generally ruled by a very simple fact: the riskier the investment, the greater the potential rewards. And in the last ten years, nothing quite stirred the blood of investors and venture capitalists as much as the global and ubiquitous boom of startups. Startup investments – against (most) odds   Investing in startups is an undertaking …