A feme sole trader.
The sole promoter has unlimited liability. In other words, the sole promoter is fully liable for the debts of the business.
an individual proprietor, the simplest form of business, e.g. a shop or store owned and run by a single person.
a business carried on by an individual acting in an independent way
a business that has unlimited liability
a business that is owned by one person
an individual and whatever the nature of his business or how he runs it, it can never be deemed a personal service company
an individual trading alone
an individual trading in his or her name, or under
an individual who is trading on their own
an individual who owns and operates his or her own business
an individual who runs the business without partners or a company structure
a one man/woman business
a person operating a business on his / her own
a person trading on their own
a person who owns and manages the business on his or her own
a single person operating a business under their own name, e
a trade that is owned and controlled by one person
a type of business structure
An individual who runs a business in their own name which is not a limited company or a partnership.
A person in business on their own. The business is controlled, managed and owned by that person.
A person who trades on their own.
See Sole-proprietor .
An individual proprietor of the simplest form of business, eg a shop owned and run by a single person.
A sole trader is someone who is in business on their own. They have no business partners and they do not trade through a company.
A self-employed individual.
Where an individual runs a business and all revenue payments are incorporated within the individual's personal finance and tax affairs.
A business with unlimited liability owned and operated by an individual.
One who works in wholesale or retail trade for himself only.
You own your business and keep all the profits you make after tax, but equally, any business losses are your losses.
An individual running a business on his own account without a company. He is personally liable for the business debts and liabilities and all his personal assets are available to satisfy business creditors. If the business fails and he becomes insolvent he is likely to face bankruptcy.
A person is is not employed and works for him or herself on their own.