What Are the Disadvantages of a Private Limited Company?

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High taxes, smaller dividends and complex set-ups are some of the disadvantages of a private limited company. Many private limited companies are very profitable, but these profits become diluted because they have to be distributed evenly among all shareholders. A PLC is very expensive to establish, as legal fees or other incidentals involved in the business must be paid.
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