Category: Start Ups

Do you need an accountant?

The question a lot of people ask is whether they need an accountant to do their book-keeping, accounts preparation and tax returns. Well, think about your car and what you’d do if the brakes were faulty:- (a) Would you repair

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Start up planning

It is very tempting, when starting a new business, to think only about the day to day trading, and opt for the cheapest method of starting-up by opting for free-banking and avoiding the “perceived” expense of solicitors and accountants. A

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Book-Keeping

Many businesses spend hours on book-keeping but achieve little. Many other businesses “bury their heads in the sand” and simply don’t do anything at all! There is a legal requirement for all businesses and the self employed to keep complete

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Limited company benefits

Hundreds of private limited companies are being formed every day. If you are thinking of starting a new business, or are currently in business as a sole trader or partnership, you really need to be thinking about whether to trade

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Business Rates

High street shops and restaurants feel the burden of business rates acutely, as the tax does not reduce if their profits fall. The Chancellor announced some help for businesses who operate from retail premises with a rateable value of up

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