Our business start-up service is vital to starting up a new business. It is important to create firm foundations based on sound advice and expert knowledge, to allow the new enterprise to take off, thrive and eventually grow.
Aston Shaw can offer the practical recommendations, technical expertise and the commercial insight required to tackle the fundamental financial issues that all new businesses face.
Our free, initial consultation starts with understanding your business proposal so that we can address all the issues relevant to you. From helping you to structure your new company, set up accounting systems, to securing finance and complying with tax regulations, our experienced team is here to help.
Our business start-up services include:
Recommend the most suitable structure for your business i.e. Sole Trader, Partnership, Limited Company (LTD) or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Work with you to prepare a business plan, cash flow projections, budgets and trading forecasts to prove the financial viability of your ideas and demonstrate this to the bank / potential investors
Carry out registration procedures with Companies House and HMRC on your behalf
Advise and assist with the set up of an appropriate internal accounting system which complies with statutory requirements
Assess any funding requirements you may have and access the most appropriate financial source
Establish relationships with banks, solicitors, etc via our well established network of contacts
We get involved right from the start to advise you on how to organise your finances to help your business grow
We offer guidance on all aspects of tax to help you decide on the most fitting and tax efficient structure for your business
We help with practical issues such as insurance and pensions
We will be on hand to offer support and guidance as queries arise
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