You’re great at what you do and want to reap the benefits of your hard work by setting up your own business. That’s how many successful businesses start.
But did you know that by planning your business start-up properly and working out how you can work ON your fledgling business rather than just IN it, you can maximise your future success?
No-one can be great at everything – that’s a fact. So just because you have a great idea, that won’t necessarily translate into immediate business success if you don’t put the foundations in place and make sure you’ve covered all the aspects of running a business.
The Keen Dicey Grover team can help to evaluate your business idea and take you through the process of developing it into a profitable business so you can hit the ground running.
At our business start-up meeting we will also help you to:
- decide on the most suitable structure for your business (i.e. sole trader, partnership or limited company);
- prepare a business plan including cash flow projections, budgets and trading forecasts to prove the financial viability of your ideas and demonstrate this to potential investors;
- assess your finance requirements and help you to access the most appropriate source of finance for you;
- establish relationships with banks, solicitors, financial advisers and other professionals via our nationwide network of the best quality contacts;
- carry out registration procedures with Companies House, Inland Revenue or Customs and Excise;
- set up an internal accounting system which complies with statutory requirements.
Let’s Talk Business…
Contact us for a free initial consultation to find out how we can help your ideas turn into a profitable and enjoyable business…
Gareth Davies FCA
Keen Dicey Grover
Accounts, tax and business advice: 01753 652098
4 thoughts on “Talk to an accountant about starting a business”
This seems more like advertising to me. Is this now allowed in this blog? I agree it is important to get individual advice as each person’s stuation is different, but general advice is also useful as those who listened to my free webinar last evening on Tax Pitfalls for New Businesses would have found. But I would support the suggestion that gathering general information is good, seeking individual help to make the final decision is more important.
It is promotion for Keen Dicey Grover… in the same way I promoted your attendance at The Business Show in November because you crossed my palm with silver…
I thought we had an understanding!!! What are these guys offering you that I am not?
You sponsor the coffee at the Slow Business Networking so you get bigged up there…
Gareth places more value on my assistance and is willing to pay me a monthly fee to make more people aware that he exists… thereby becoming a possible choice for new businesses reading this or existing businesses who need more advice than they are currently getting…