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Anyone knows how to register a company in Australia?


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Old 03-20-2009, 06:41 AM
 
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Smile Anyone knows how to register a company in Australia?

I am a graduate from UQ, want to do some business between Aussie and my country, any suggestion? thanks in advance.


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If you're still in Q then do a search on the Queensland Government website for there's a state department that has a section in regard to small businesses, a one stop shop kind of thing - can't remember what the name of dept. is myself but a search will find it.

They ought to have info re any State requirements and for Taxation and registration federally with ASC etc., that varying with type/size of business and if you are talking of sole proprietor registration requirements will be minimal.





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Company registration in Australia is a very easy and straight forward process. Provided that you consulted your lawyer or accountant and need to register a company limited – it can all be done on-line.


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Incorporate your new company - Pty Ltd company or other - automatically and electronically online in minutes, 24/7, and instantly receive all the associated legally required documents, including:

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ASIC Certificate of Company Registration
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Australian Company Number ( ACN )
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'After Incorporation Documents' (share certificates, company register etc.)
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'Before Incorporation Documents' (consents, agreements to take up shares etc.)


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Austrade (Australian Trade Commission) - The Australian Government's trade and investment development agency - Austrade
try this link - the aussie Govt. has grants and programs to assist in export/import.


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