NEW BUSINESS

All the advice and help you need from day one.

You’ve taken the first steps by deciding to start your own business, we can help you make the next ones. We love new ventures as they are the established businesses of the future…

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Cost will be a paramount concern, so we have a startup package at a great rate to lighten the burden. This includes access to clear business advice and insight, help with funding routes, taxes and good business practice.

Typically you might need some of the services below, but as always we cover more than what we have listed below:

 

  • SureStart – startup support programme
  • Making Tax Digital- Book keeping & VAT
  • Payroll bureau
  • Business plans
  • Finance raising
  • Recruitment
  • Legal help
  • Company formations

SO, WHAT DOES IT COST?

We recommend that the minimum all our clients need is a digital software package such as QuickBooks Online and Receipt Bank. These products are integrated, allow you to access data, create invoices instantly on your smart phone, and are fully approved by HMRC. The software will also help you run payroll and automatically help sort the quarterly VAT bills (if you are registered)

Its a monthly fee – so smaller end of year bills – and we can provide them at a great discount of around 30% off the normal online cost

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Check out our
monthly
packages
£14 / month*
(*first 6 months then £18/month)

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IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
MORE SUPPORT & REPORTING

 

The great thing about digital accounting is that you can do as much or as little as you want, we will fill in the gaps for you…

 

See our full price list and our great GOLD, SILVER and BRONZE monthly packages

What do I need to do?

HMRC are only going to accept electronically submitted accounts. So everybody will need to be recording their business accounts using one of the recognised software packages.

The minimum ‘MUST do’s’ are:

  1. Create and record invoices
  2. Record expenses and receipts
  3. Reconcile your bank accounts
  4. Compile your ‘end of year’ records
  5. Decide on whether you should be a Sole Trader, Partnership or Limited Company
  6. Make sure you are properly registered with HMRC and Companies House
  7. Consider whether you need to register for VAT and Payroll
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