DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTANCY
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
PREPARED BY :
GROUP 1
PREPARED FOR :
MADAM CHE KU ZURAIDAH BT CHE KU LONG
If the individual
possesses a small
amount of capital, he
should venture in a
sole proprietorship
instead of a company.
De...
i
• Personal assets have to be taken into account
when selecting the kind of business one wants to
venture in.
ii
• Person...
If an individual wants to have a bigger
span of control and authority , sole
proprietorship is the best form of
ownership
...
If an individual decides not to
share information with his
counterparts, it is advisable for
him to form a sole
proprietor...
 The legal condition of each form of business
ownership must be considered by the
entrepreneur in order for him to make t...
1)Sole proprietorship is an
active form
of legal status for a new
business
2)Sole proprietorship is by
far the simplest bu...
 A bussiness that owned by at least two or
more individuals but not exceeding the
maximum of 20 persons.
 its formed und...
 General
Partnership
 All partners have
unlimited
liabilities for the
of the company.
 it is personally
liable for all
...
 A private limited company is a company
limited by shares and owned by a group of
people.
 Two or more individuals but n...
When the company end
with SDN.BHD
The example :
Saba Sun Sdn.Bhd
When the company
end with Pte.Ltd
The examples :
Bestari ...
 A public limited company is a company
unlimited by share.
 At least 2 or more individual and there is no
maximum limit ...
The example of public
limited company
The company end
with berhad :
Example – faiza
berhad
The company
end with
limited :
...
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  1. 1. DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTANCY ENTREPRENEURSHIP PREPARED BY : GROUP 1 PREPARED FOR : MADAM CHE KU ZURAIDAH BT CHE KU LONG
  2. 2. If the individual possesses a small amount of capital, he should venture in a sole proprietorship instead of a company. Determine the probability of an individual obtaining credit or loans from external sources.
  3. 3. i • Personal assets have to be taken into account when selecting the kind of business one wants to venture in. ii • Personal assets are liable to the creditor if losses are incurred either in a sole proprietorship or a partnership. iii • Meanwhile in companies, there is a separate entity between the shareholders property and members of the boards and the company. iv • These assets will not be affected although the company incurs losses.
  4. 4. If an individual wants to have a bigger span of control and authority , sole proprietorship is the best form of ownership In a partnership, the span of control is shared among all partners. In a company, the person who is responsible for initiating the business will not necessarily be the director of the company throughout his lifetime. As such, only a sole proprietor will have full power and authority in carrying out his business.
  5. 5. If an individual decides not to share information with his counterparts, it is advisable for him to form a sole proprietorship.
  6. 6.  The legal condition of each form of business ownership must be considered by the entrepreneur in order for him to make the right choice.  In Malaysia, there are four popular types of business ownership for an entrepreneur to choose from: a)sole proprietorship b)partnership c)private limited company d)public limited company
  7. 7. 1)Sole proprietorship is an active form of legal status for a new business 2)Sole proprietorship is by far the simplest business structure with minimal requirement 3)This form of business structure is solely owned and operated by one individual 4)Sole proprietorship known as a sole trader 5)Sole proprietorship can have a large number of employees
  8. 8.  A bussiness that owned by at least two or more individuals but not exceeding the maximum of 20 persons.  its formed under the Bussiness Registration Act 1956.  It is also called a partner on the bussiness.  The partners have contributes money, labour, or skills and each shares of the profits.
  9. 9.  General Partnership  All partners have unlimited liabilities for the of the company.  it is personally liable for all obligations of the firm. Limited Partnership  just some of partners have limited liabilities.  it is liable to the extent of their contributions.
  10. 10.  A private limited company is a company limited by shares and owned by a group of people.  Two or more individuals but not exceeding 50 people who pool their capital and work together to form a company.  The name of a private company will ends with the words „sendirian berhad‟ or „private limited‟ its owned by a group of people.
  11. 11. When the company end with SDN.BHD The example : Saba Sun Sdn.Bhd When the company end with Pte.Ltd The examples : Bestari Pte.Ltd The example of private limited company
  12. 12.  A public limited company is a company unlimited by share.  At least 2 or more individual and there is no maximum limit in term of membership.  Using the word “ Berhad (Bhd)” or “limited (ltd) ” after the company‟s name .
  13. 13. The example of public limited company The company end with berhad : Example – faiza berhad The company end with limited : Example – saga ltd
  14. 14. Thank you…
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