Again rejected. very disappointed.
I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Sole Trader, Partnerships, Private Limited Company and Public Limited Company in the Context of Construction Organizatio (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
Your title is waaaaay too long. It doesn't even display properly on Hubpages let alone search engine results.
I'll fix your first few sentences:
"A business run by one person or an individual is known as a sole trader. Business can have one or more employees in its organization is known as a sole proprietorship."
A person running a business on his or her own is called a 'sole trader'. A business with one or more employees but still owned by a single individual is known as a 'sole proprietorship'.
"There is no legal distinction between the business and owner. Whatever profit and loss happen in business all goes to the owner. He keeps all profit, he doesn’t need to divide it into two parts."
There is no legal distinction between the business and its owner. All the profits (and losses) go to the owner.
See that last one? - You don't need to repeat the same information. Check through your hub that you are not repeating statements in different words.
I'd also mention that sole traders are *not* always successful, as you claim. A good percentage in the western world fail in the first year.
Then you say that sole traders don't have enough money. Again, you are making assumptions. Many sole traders have plenty of money, while some have none (I'm a freelance bookkeeper so I do know what I'm talking about). It is widely variable. You need to go through your article to check where you are making inaccurate statements. Do some research to back up your claims.
Still a lot of grammatical errors, for example, "For instance, Sole trader could be an electrician..." it should be "For instance, a sole trader could be an electrician..."
"The partnership is a business..." should be 'A partnership...'
Those are just a few - there are many more to fix. So, more work required. Keep going and don't give up.
Thank you so much theraggededge for your informative reply. I will work on it and update my write.
Thank you for your support.
I will keep going and I will never give up.
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