We offer advice and compliance in:
- Company taxation
- Preparation of company & self-employed accounts
The New Business
Before starting to trade, a new business will require professional advice on tax and accountancy matters. Although entirely necessary, the outcome of initial decisions can easily mean the difference between success and failure. Some of the areas needing special attention include: the ownership structure, whether or not to incorporate, finance, pre-trading expenditure, accounting, financial controls, PAYE and VAT systems.
The Developing Business
A developing business frequently requires more sophisticated assistance as it expands, on matters such as formulating business plans, tax planning, remuneration structures, finance, the effective use of computers, take-overs and mergers.
The Established Business
Established businesses often present different sorts of problems. Some families wish to retain ownership of companies, for example, and will need to plan for the older generation’s retirement and transfer of assets. Others may be concerned with the ultimate sale of the business. Accountancy advice and tax planning is at the heart of arranging these transactions, whilst skill in presentation and negotiation can be critical.
Finance For Business
Clients often need advice on the most appropriate financial assistance for their business. The negotiation of loans with banks and other financial institutions along with the preparation of financial presentations are often daunting tasks for the person in business. In addition, clients may need advice and help in the preparation of data in order to obtain government grants and incentives.