In recent years, the personal economy has become more and more popular, especially with the popularity of YouTube. The dream job of many young people after graduation is to be a YouTuber. A few years ago, in order to encourage new startups, the government adjusted the threshold and application speed for the establishment of a company. It is relatively easy to register a company, but can a company really be run by one person? In practice, the first purpose of setting up a company is to issue invoices. Whether you want to sell goods or services, consumers and customers will ask for invoices or receipts.
After the company is registered, there will be a unified number and invoice book. Invoices can be issued, unless it is a very small business that can be Special Database exempted from issuing invoices. The Basics of a One-Man Company: Outsourcing After a registered company issues an invoice, there will be billing and reporting requirements. Unless you have an accounting and reporting major yourself, you will generally entrust an accountant to assist in accounting and tax reporting. When the company is large enough, the accounting department will be established to handle tax matters on its own.
This is the first thing that needs to be outsourced after the company is established. There are many things that need to be handled in doing business, invoicing and other accounting matters, business development, product manufacturing, publicity, etc., a one-person company is to handle all these things. But one person only has 24 hours a day, so how can he handle it all by himself, so the core basic requirement of a one-person company is "outsourcing", entrusting things to others to assist in handling.