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Operating as a sole trader is the simplest and cheapest business structure you can set up. You control and manage the business, and although you 'trade' on your own, you can still employ people to work for you.

To set up as a sole trader, you need to:

and consider:

  • making personal superannuation arrangements
  • personal illness, disability and death insurance.

Before deciding on your business structure, it's important to get professional advice from a business adviser, solicitor or accountant. They can help you choose the structure that best suits your personal circumstances and business objectives.

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