Tags: LifeMojo Himanshu Khurana Interview
Direct Link: YouTube Video
Tags: coverage, lifeMojo, media, Startup
LifeMojo was recently featured in the “Elevator Pitch” section of the April 2010 Issue of Inc. India Magazine. The magazine is an Indian version of the popular US magazine, Inc, that focuses on entrepreneurship and growth.
Tags: Legal, Limitied Liability Partnership, LLP, Private limited company
“An LLP is indeed advantageous because of comparatively lower costs of formation, lesser compliance requirements, easy to manage and run and also easy to wind-up and dissolve, no requirement of minimum capital contributions, partners are not liable for the acts of the other partners and importantly no minimum alternate tax (as of date). But, LLP cannot raise money from the public,” stated Balaji, adding, “One other factor that is interesting is that, books of accounts have to be audited if the contribution is above Rs 25 lakh or if annual turnover is above Rs 40 lakh.”
Read the complete article here: http://dqchannels.ciol.com/content/space/109082902.asp
Sharda Balaji from Novojuris, wrote a very informative post on pluggd.in on the least understood and most young type of a commercial organization, called Limited liability partnership (LLP). She also tells the various diff between a Private limited company, a Limited liability partnership and a Partnership firm in a tabular form. Check out the article here:
Tags: cycling, feature, jogging, maps, riding, update, walking
Check out the cool new map feature on LifeMojo:
My public profile page on LifeMojo is http://www.lifemojo.com/people/hkhurana See my posts and the link to various maps for where I ran.
Cool, isn’t it?
Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich, and Rosati, one of Silicon Valley’s law firms has created a free, online Term sheet generator. Here is the description of the tool:
This tool will generate a venture financing term sheet based on your responses to an online questionnaire. It also has an informational component, with basic tutorials and annotations on financing terms. This term sheet generator is a modified version of a tool that we use internally, which comprises one part of a suite of document automation tools that we use to generate start-up and venture financing-related documents.
Interesting and useful…isn’t it?