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“Limited” vs “Ltd.”

Some companies suffix their name with “Limited”, others use “Ltd.”. You may be wondering what the difference is. The simple answer is that there is no difference. It is purely an aesthetic decision, and has absolutely zero impact on the way you run your company.

The two suffixes are completely interchangeable, and there are other permutations available too. If you register a limited company called “Dave’s Bouncy Castles”, any of the following would be acceptable -

- Dave’s Bouncy Castles Limited

- Dave’s Bouncy Castles LIMITED

- Dave’s Bouncy Castles Ltd.

- Dave’s Bouncy Castles Ltd

- Dave’s Bouncy Castles LTD

All companies formed through GoLimited.co will be given the suffix “Limited”, however any of the above variations are legally acceptable.

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