Accountant for a new business

Are you looking for an accountant for a new small business in Milton Keynes?

We suggest a face to face meeting in order that you can tell us about your plans for your business. Basic decisions such as whether to trade under your own name (Sole Trader) or to start a Limited Company would be discussed.

Your options along with the advantages and disadvantages of various trading types will be explained to you in layman’s terms and we promise to keep the technical language to an absolute minimum.

Some key issues that would usually be discussed include;

Helping you claim back any pre start up expenses you have personally incurred

What type of expenses can be claimed?

Should the business purchase or lease a vehicle, or should you use your own vehicle?

Should the new business register for VAT?

Registering with HMRC

Help you choose a cloud based bookkeeping system

If required, helping you formulate a professional, realistic business plan
that can be confidently presented to a bank or other commercial lender

It may well be the case that you are only in the very early stages of developing your new venture and may not see accountancy services as a priority just yet. In our experience it’s never too early to share your ideas with an experienced accountant.

We can help you with initial business plans, budgets and cash flow projections. Quite often we find that the during an initial consultation meeting new clients have gone to enormous lengths to provide detailed forecasts and projections for their new business.  If you are in that position that’s terrific!

Equally a blank piece of paper a pen and a calculator are often sufficient to progress the financial issues your new business will face.

If you are truly a new start up business, we will provide our time free of any charge. During this time we would hope to secure the services for your book-keeping and accountancy requirements.

There is no obligation on your part whatsoever.

The various advantages, and disadvantages, of your options for the make up of the business, eg:

  • Sole Trader
  • Partnership
  • Limited Company

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Up to 4 hours consulting time for new start up's - free of charge!

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Should the new business register for VAT?

Should the new business register for VAT?

If the business must register for VAT, should it be standard or on the flat rate scheme?