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Limited Liability Partnership

In a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), all participants have limited liability for the debts and obligations of the enterprise only up to the amount predetermined between the partners.

In an LLP, partners and managers can be both individuals and legal entities of any residency.

An LLP is suitable for clients who are unable to form a LTD company due to their occupation, such as people who are engaged in intellectual work.

You should make an LLP agreement with any other members as part of setting up your LLP. This sets out how the LLP will be run, including:
how profits are shared among members
who needs to agree decisions
members' responsibilities
how members can join or leave the LLP
Every member must register for Self Assessment with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Responsibilities of designated members

Designated members have more responsibilities than ordinary members and must:
register the business for Self Assessment with HMRC - you must also register separately as an individual
register the partnership for VAT if you expect your business's sales to be more than £85,000 a year
appoint an auditor if needed
keep accounting records
prepare, sign and send annual accounts to Companies House
send a confirmation statement (previously annual return) to Companies House
tell Companies House about any changes (for example, to the registered name or address, or members)
Designated members can be prosecuted if they don't meet their legal obligations.
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