Advice for New Business Start-ups
Are you thinking about starting your own business? We can help you with all the accountancy-related issues you need to consider.
There is a lot to think about when you set up a new business. Getting it right from the outset will save you a huge amount of time, money and potential aggravation.
Do you know, for example, whether you would be best advised to register as self-employed, as a partnership or as a ltd company?
Do you know what set up costs you can put through your new business?
Do you know how to get back money that you put into your business?
Do you know how to register your new start up business with HMRC?
If you’ve answered NO to any of the above, or if you’ve got any other business start-up queries, give us a call now on 01276 780120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. And we’ll get straight back to you to arrange a free, no-obligation initial meeting to discuss your new business plans.
We understand business start-ups and the pressures on you when you’re setting up a new business. We can:
• advise you as to whether you should be self-employed, a partnership or a ltd company – according to the specifics of your situation
• register you and the business with HMRC – and any other necessary bodies
• guide you through what records you need to keep and show you how to run your business accounts
• recommend bookkeeping and accounting software that’s right for your day-to-day business needs (and, in some instances, offer you a free 30-day free software trial)
• advise you as to what you can and can’t claim
• make sure you claim all allowable set-up costs
• set up a plan for you to withdraw monies from your business, and
• estimate your tax liability and suggest tax savings options.
Supporting small business and new business start-ups is our speciality. We’ll give you however much – or however little – help you need.
To explore how we can help you, call now on 01276 780120 or email email@example.com. And we’ll get straight back to you to arrange a free, no-obligation initial meeting to discuss your new business plans.