Describe the usiness entities:, Financial Accounting

 Answer all of the parts in this task. Part (i) is worth a maximum of 6 Marks - 1 Mark each part. Parts (ii) and (iii) are worth a maximum of 2 Marks each.

(i) Describe each of the following business entities:

a) Sole trader

b) Partnership

c) Limited liability company

d) Trust

e) Franchise

f) Agency

(ii) Briefly discuss registering a business name.

(iii) Distinguish between a trademark and copyright in the protection and marketing of a business.

 

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