Accountancy advice for business start-ups - practical, friendly, effective support from Clayton & Brewill to help you get your new business onto the best footing.
Most people starting up in business do so because they have a good business proposition and the enterprise and commitment to see it through. Sometimes though, the legal and financial aspects of running a business can often appear daunting… and this is where Clayton & Brewill chartered accountants can help!
The friendly accountants at Clayton & Brewill in Nottingham and Long Eaton can help you to:
- Decide on the most suitable structure for your business – sole trader, partnership, limited liability partnership or limited company
- Prepare a business plan, cashflow projections, budgets, and trading forecasts
- Assess the finance requirements, advise on the best sources of finance and draw up the necessary proposals
- Advise on tax planning – both for the business and for you as an individual
- Establish a good working relationship with your bank and any other lenders
- Complete any registration procedures with Companies House and HMRC
- Deal with ongoing company secretarial issues
- Set up a recording system for your internal use and for complying with statutory requirements
- Decide on what computer hardware to buy and help with the installation of accountancy software
- Keep on top of book-keeping, VAT, payroll and other accounting requirements
- Help with all aspects of business compliance and administration
Clayton & Brewill offers accountancy advice to start-up businesses across the East Midlands, from our offices in Nottingham, Melton Mowbray and Long Eaton.
Clayton & Brewill works with new and established businesses across a wide range of sectors. We have particular expertise in helping family-owned companies and farming businesses with their accountancy and tax planning matters.
Whatever stage you’re at with your new venture, the experienced and friendly accountants at Clayton & Brewill can help you to bring it to life. Get in touch today to find out how we can help.
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