Entrepreneurial company (Germany)

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An entrepreneurial company with limited liability (in German: Unternehmergesellschaft (haftungsbeschränkt)) is a German form of a private limited company, usually established as an alternative to a German corporation or GmbH (limited liability) entity.wikipedia
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Private limited company

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An entrepreneurial company with limited liability (in German: Unternehmergesellschaft (haftungsbeschränkt)) is a German form of a private limited company, usually established as an alternative to a German corporation or GmbH (limited liability) entity.

Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung

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An entrepreneurial company with limited liability (in German: Unternehmergesellschaft (haftungsbeschränkt)) is a German form of a private limited company, usually established as an alternative to a German corporation or GmbH (limited liability) entity.
As of 2008, a derivate form called Unternehmergesellschaft (haftungsbeschränkt) (English: "entrepreneurial company (limited liability)") or short UG (haftungsbeschränkt) was introduced.

Germany

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An entrepreneurial company with limited liability (in German: Unternehmergesellschaft (haftungsbeschränkt)) is a German form of a private limited company, usually established as an alternative to a German corporation or GmbH (limited liability) entity.

Aktiengesellschaft

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An entrepreneurial company with limited liability (in German: Unternehmergesellschaft (haftungsbeschränkt)) is a German form of a private limited company, usually established as an alternative to a German corporation or GmbH (limited liability) entity.

Legal person

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A UG established under German law is not a new type of legal entity; rather, it is a limited liability company similar to a GmbH, with the exception that, unlike the GmbH, it is not required to meet the legally mandated €25,000 share capital required of a GmbH—a UG can be established with as little as one euro of paid-in capital.

Income tax

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However, a UG is still a separate legal entity from its owners and is fully liable for paying corporation taxes and publishing annual financial statements.

Financial statement

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However, a UG is still a separate legal entity from its owners and is fully liable for paying corporation taxes and publishing annual financial statements.

Startup company

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The UG form has been met with great interest, especially by start-up companies and other entrepreneurs.

Share capital

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The nominal amount of the business’ shares - the so-called "ordinary capital" - as defined in the company agreement, must be provided after the foundation of the company and before its registration into the commercial register ( § 5a para 2 GmbHG).

Articles of partnership

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The nominal amount of the business’ shares - the so-called "ordinary capital" - as defined in the company agreement, must be provided after the foundation of the company and before its registration into the commercial register ( § 5a para 2 GmbHG).

Societas privata Europaea

European Private Company
The SPE was finally set to arrive in 2011 and is being slowed down by the current ruling parties of Germany (CDU) to allow their own national alternative (the mini-GmbH) to grow first.