Any person who wishes to start and run a business in Trinidad and Tobago should have the business registered – especially if the business is going to be run using a name other than his or her own. So how do you register a business in T&T?
A partnership is a business structure that involves two or more persons going into business together with a view of making a profit.
A sole trader is the simplest form of business structure - in which one individual runs and owns the entire business. This business structure is especially popular amongst those going into business on their own for the first time. It is relatively easy and inexpensive to register.
You’ve decided to register a company but you’re not exactly sure where to begin. What does having a company mean? Are there different types? Are there restrictions on the names the company can have?...
Here are 17 things you should know before registering a company in T&T:
Once you have successfully registered a company you are required to file annual returns at the Companies Registry every year. But what exactly are annual returns?
Many of us know persons who are in common-law relationships in T&T or maybe you're in a common law relationship yourself. Did you know a common-law spouse has certain rights in Trinidad and Tobago?
It is imperative that we protect all children from abuse and ensure that the rights of all children are upheld.
Some of us have been in situations where we were inappropriately touched or grabbed by someone and felt violated. It may have happened while at work or while out at a party with friends or even done by someone we thought could be trusted. So what exactly is indecent assault and what are the consequences one can face if guilty in T&T?
As we look on at the protests taking place across the United States, some of us in T&T may want to participate in a local public protest or demonstration as a sign of solidarity. But what exactly are our rights as it relates to protesting in T&T?