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?
We've all noticed those "NO REFUND, NO EXCHANGE" signs in some stores in T&T. Or, we've seen it printed on the receipts we've received after we've made a purchase. But have you ever wondered if these policies are legal?
I HAVE A COMPANY AND MY ANNUAL RETURNS ARE DUE FOR FILING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. WHAT DO I DO?
Luckily, you wouldn't have to worry about those horrible late filing fees once you file your annual returns by the 31st of July, 2020.