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Starting A Business

Starting A Business

You take a lot on when starting out in business. We know that, because we’ve been there ourselves. We also understand that it is not just about the early days - as any new business starts to evolve and become successful, it also changes shape. This makes receiving the right direction and support crucial.

Some common things that start-ups need our help with:

  • Deciding on the most suitable structure for the business (sole trader, partnership or limited company)
  • Preparing a business plan – including cash flow projections, budgets, and trading forecasts to prove the financial viability of the start-up
  • Carrying out registration procedures with Companies House or HM Revenue and Customs
  • Setting up bank accounts and establishing a good working relationship with a bank
  • Undertaking company secretarial duties

On top of these things, many businesses use Kirk Rice as a sounding board for new ideas. This often helps a start-up save time and unnecessary costs. We can also provide a broad range of support services, from accounting through to general practice. This takes away some of the headaches so you can focus on the job at hand.


What’s next?

We offer a free, no-obligation initial consultation. That way you can meet us and decide whether we can help turn your business proposition into reality.

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Could I Really Make A Go Of it?

Starting Up In Business

Business Structures Which Should I choose?

Business Plans

Starting And Selling A Business

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What Tax Relief Can I get on Start-Up Costs?

‘I am planning on setting up a new business but I will need to incur costs before I get going. What is the tax position for the costs?’

Mrs S. K

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