Latest Start Ups

4th December 2018 Seminar Success

Our March office held its start-up seminar last week. The seminar covered key areas for start-up businesses, including business plans, business structure, accounting software and employee considerations. A big thank you goes to Emilia Cybulska from NatWest for her presentation entitled “Give Your Start-up a Boost”, which not only covered financing options, but also gave…

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22nd November 2018 Guest Speaker confirmed for Start-up Seminar at March Office

Our March office will be hosting its start-up seminar on 29 November 2018 between 6pm and 8pm. The evening will aim to cover the following key areas for those starting out in business: Choice of business structure Record keeping, including digital software packages Compliance with HMRC regulations Funding options Employment issues We are delighted to…

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16th November 2018 Top 5 tips for start-up businesses

Businesses are born in many ways but there are some common considerations for all start-ups. Legal form Consideration needs to be given as to the how you wish to set up and structure your business. If you are going it alone perhaps a sole trader could be the best route or, if there is more…

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29th October 2018 Start Up Seminar – Wisbech – Further details

We are looking forward to hosting our FREE Start Up Seminar in Wisbech  from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday November 6th 2018 which is being held at the Boathouse. There are many questions that you may have when starting up in business, such as: Should the business be structured as a Sole trader or Limited…

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23rd October 2018 Running A Business From Home

If you are looking to start up a business, it is likely to be home based, at least in the early days.  Figures suggest that over 60% of businesses start in this way and that there are 2.9m businesses in the UK operating from home. This blog looks at some of the common questions regarding working from home. Do I…

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12th October 2018 How to choose a business structure

Are you thinking about setting up a business?  If so, one of the first decisions you will need to make is that of business structure. The main business structures are: sole trader, partnership, limited liability company, and limited liability partnership (LLP). Sole trader – This is the easiest set up, with very little in the way of red…

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14th September 2018 Booking now open for Start Up Seminars

  Starting up a Business can often be a step into the unknown. There are many aspects to consider when looking to make your mark in the business world with a focus on business planning skills, market research, knowledge of legislation relating to your industry and various other aspects which many business owners find they…

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23rd May 2018 The Journey Begins – Exciting new business opens in St Neots

A lot of our blogs are about rules and regulations, however something that happens often in our world is that we get the fantastic opportunity to be part of a new business venture for one of our clients. Shume Bottle Emporium – is a beer shop specializing in locally brewed beer, cheese, coffee, gin and…

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23rd May 2018 Trading allowance – income tax simplification?

On 6th April 2017 the Government introduced the trading allowance. The aim of this new allowance is to simplify income tax obligations for minor amounts of trading and miscellaneous income.  In essence, if trading and miscellaneous income is less than £1,000 in a tax year:-  The income is exempt from income tax There is no…

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14th November 2017 New to business? Beware of payments on account!

  When setting up in business you will be fully aware that you will have tax to pay on your profits, and you will ideally be putting money aside to cover this. What you might not be aware of is that you may have to pay two years’ worth of tax in just six months.…

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