Starting a small business involves many serious decisions, one of them is knowing when you need to engage an accountant. Having a good grasp on the numbers that tell you how your business is doing and what you can expect.
THINK POSITIVE – THINK BUSINESS
Most people who start up in business do so because they have a good business proposition and the enterprise and commitment to see it through, not because they are experts in the legal, financial, and fiscal aspects of running a business.
Indeed, these matters can often seem daunting, and even off-putting, to the budding entrepreneur. The good news is that you do not need to be an expert in these fields to succeed in business. All you need is the support of a team of trained experts.
That’s where we fit in. Bring us your business ideas and we’ll help you to evaluate them in a constructive and realistic manner. We can also help you:
Decide on the most suitable structure for your business – sole trader, partnership, or limited company
Prepare a business plan, cashflow projections, budgets, and trading forecasts
Assess your finance requirements, advise on the best sources of finance, and draw up the necessary proposals
Establish a good working relationship with your bank
Complete any registration procedures with Companies House, and HMRC
Deal with company secretarial issues
Set up a recording system for your internal use and for complying with statutory requirements