Starting a successful business
Setting up a new business is an exciting time although it can seem daunting at first. There’s a lot to do and so much that’s new: how to structure your business, how to register your company, setting up a business bank account, how to complete a tax return and deliver statutory accounts, paying your staff and suppliers, and the hundred and one other responsibilities that go with running a business.
We’re here to help you every step of the way
Lansdell & Rose offer a number of essential services designed to support new business owners. But first, why not read this handy guide to setting up a successful business?
We’ve included everything you need to know from a business perspective to set you off on the right foot. Inside this comprehensive guide to the financial, tax and accounting considerations of starting a successful business, you’ll find answers to many of the questions you may already have – plus a few more!
12 easy-to-follow chapters
Essential business advice on:
- Selecting the right legal entity for your business.
- Registering with the tax authorities.
- Accounting and bookkeeping.
- Payroll taxes.
- Income tax and corporation tax.
- Cash planning and forecasting.
- Obtaining credit and financing your business.
- What insurances you will need.
- Selecting professional advisers – why this is important.
- What computers and systems you need.
- A selection of useful names and addresses.
To obtain your copy of this free guide, simply complete the form below.
We’re here to help
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Wishing you every success with your business.