Setting up in business

Launching a new business or venture, whilst exciting, is often a daunting and challenging process. There is a great deal to consider, but the key to establishing and then growing a business is to have a robust plan, in addition to the appropriate support and expertise.

Our accounting services team can provide advice on a suitable structure for your business, assist with the development of business plans and financial forecasts, as well as offer all the help you need with initial set-up such as choosing the right accounting software. UNW can also offer specific tax advice, help you to understand the rules of VAT and PAYE, whilst also providing support to help you source and secure the correct funding.

Ultimately, you’ll want to ensure the process of setting up of your business runs as smoothly as possible and that any of the potential pitfalls are avoided. The support we provide will give you confidence that all your financial affairs are in order, allowing you to concentrate on the things that matter most.

Hazel Smith
Accounting Services Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6278
e: hazelsmith@unw.co.uk

What are the main considerations when going it alone and starting a business?

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What are the main considerations when going it alone and starting a business?

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