Accountants Services » Business Start-Ups
Kilby Fox will give you a free consultation to see what needs to be done, after which we can set everything up for you, so you can focus your attention on what you do best and start the pounds rolling in.
Most people who start up in business do so because they have a good business proposition, not because they are experts in the financial aspects of running a business. These factors can often be quite daunting to the entrepreneur and this is where we can help by evaluating your ideas and helping you develop them into a feasible business.
We can also help you:
- Decide on the most suitable structure for your business (Sole Trader, Partnership or Limited Company)
- 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 or potential investors
- Assess your finance requirements and access the most appropriate source.
- Help you establish relationships with banks, solicitors and other professionals via our well established network of contacts
- Carry out registration procedures with Companies House and HMRC
- Set up an internal accounting system which complies with statutory requirements
We are able to form limited companies electronically with our latest piece of software that corresponds directly with Companies House. This makes the process much quicker and cost effective and also means your Statutory Books, Share Certificates and Incorporation Certificates are all in electronic format!
When running a hectic business you cannot afford to use valuable time making sure you are complying with the Companies Act. However you do need to be aware how this legislation affects your company and its directors. We can help by carrying out the company secretarial duties for you. Our services include:
- Company formations
- Preparation and filing of statutory returns
- Preparation of all documentation
- Maintenance and storage of statutory books (share register, minute book, etc)
- General advice on company law