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New business

A consultation to discuss your new business proposal is free of charge.

Starting a new business can be a little bit daunting. There are many things to think of and regulations to follow. We can help guide you through the maze and help your business get off to a good start.

Firstly we can advise on the appropriate structure for your new business, whether this should be a sole trader, partnership or limited company. For sole traders and partnerships we can ensure that you register with HM Revenue & Customs in good time to avoid any penalties for late notification. We can help you form a limited company if this is the right structure for you.

We can advise whether you need to register for VAT and if so advise you on the merits of the various schemes including Annual Accounting, Cash Accounting and the Flat Rate Scheme.

If you will be taking on employees we can manage your payroll for you if required and ensure your staff are paid the right amount at the right time.


We can advise you on suitable accounting software, set this up and give you training if you would like to do your own bookkeeping. We are Xero certified partners and also use other tools and software to simplify bookkeeping, save time and eliminate the need for paper records. Alternatively, we can provide fully outsourced book keeping services where we do the work for you and provide regular management reports to keep your finances on track.

We can also provide you with contacts from our extensive network to put you in touch with other services you may require, including business insurance, IT support and marketing & sales support.

A consultation to discuss your new business proposal is free of charge. If you choose to take up any of our services as a result of the meeting we will obviously be very pleased but there is absolutely no obligation to do so.

Email Fred at to arrange a consultation.


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