S.l.u. sociedad limitada unipersonal

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SLU, SL or self-employed… in this article you will learn about the figure of the Sole Proprietorship Limited Liability Company, or SLU, and its differences with both the SL and the figure of the self-employed. We explain how it is constituted and its advantages so that you can consider whether this is the best option for you and your business.

To set up an SLU we will have to carry out the same procedures as to set up a normal SL, without prejudice to the obligation to register the condition of sole proprietorship of which I spoke to you in the previous step.

And be careful! because it is true that by forming this legal figure you will be more watched than by forming an SL, since it can be used in an improper way. I give you an example: with the doctrine of the «lifting of the veil» the abuses that occur when the fact of being a company is used as a cover, to avoid the fiscal obligations acting, therefore, in a way contrary to the legal system and, normally, harming third parties, are investigated and corrected.    The SLU is a breeding ground for this type of fraudulent uses, that is why they tend to be more monitored.

Impuestos s.l. españa

Yo utilizaría «empresa unipersonal de responsabilidad limitada». Una empresa unipersonal se llama «sole proprietorship» por razones obvias, y responsabilidad limitada es «limited liability». «Socio» no es una traducción exacta de socio.

Cuando se establecieron las sociedades de responsabilidad limitada como una nueva forma de organización empresarial en EE.UU. (hacia principios de los años 90), hubo que establecer un nuevo término para los propietarios de una sociedad de este tipo. El término «socio» no podía utilizarse, ya que implicaría que la forma de organización empresarial era la de una sociedad, y una sociedad implica generalmente que una o más personas tienen responsabilidad ilimitada por las obligaciones de la empresa. Así que se adoptó el término «socio». Desde el punto de vista económico, un miembro es para una sociedad de responsabilidad limitada lo mismo que un socio para una sociedad colectiva o como un accionista para una sociedad anónima. Por consiguiente, «miembro» podría ser una traducción aceptable de socio en este caso.

Self-employed or sl

SLU, SL or self-employed… in this article you will learn about the figure of the Single Person Limited Liability Company, or SLU, and its differences with both the SL and the figure of the self-employed. We explain how it is constituted and its advantages so that you can consider whether this is the best option for you and your business.

To set up an SLU we will have to carry out the same procedures as to set up a normal SL, without prejudice to the obligation to register the condition of sole proprietorship of which I spoke to you in the previous step.

And be careful! because it is true that by forming this legal figure you will be more watched than by forming an SL, since it can be used in an improper way. I give you an example: with the doctrine of the «lifting of the veil» the abuses that occur when the fact of being a company is used as a cover, to avoid the fiscal obligations acting, therefore, in a way contrary to the legal system and, normally, harming third parties, are investigated and corrected.    The SLU is a breeding ground for this type of fraudulent uses, that is why they are usually more closely watched.

Sole proprietorship – english

The Sole Proprietorship is a legal form that is becoming more and more popular. It is constituted by only one entrepreneur and, like the Limited Company, it allows to protect the personal assets of the person who founds it. The difference?    There is only one person in charge of the business and all the responsibilities and benefits of the activity fall on him/her.

In order to establish it, the entrepreneur must record in the commercial registry the situation in which the SLU is constituted, that is to say, if it is carried out by a single partner from the beginning or if the situation of sole proprietorship occurs as a consequence of the fact that a single partner has become the owner of all the social partitions.

Although the essential requirement for founding a Sole Proprietorship Limited Liability Company is that the entity is formed by only one member, on whom all the responsibilities fall, the SLU has many other characteristics.

In any case, and whatever the circumstances and type of Sole Proprietorship, there are certain procedures and costs that must be assumed by anyone who intends to start a business under this legal form.