Start Up Guides

Starting next week my posts for the coming months are designed to give some bite sized help and advice to the start-up. A lot of what I do surrounds guidance for the smaller business and this is why I have decided that over the coming months I am going to produce an online guide to assist the start-up.

This guide will also consist of useful links to other websites which have useful material that will assist any start-up.

If there is an area not covered that you feel is worth a mention, please post a comment and I will look into it, otherwise the guides will be split to give advice in the following areas:

  1. What you should do before you start
  2. Selecting professional advisers to partner you
  3. What legal entity is right for your business
  4. Cash planning and forecasting
  5. Registering with the various government departments
  6. Funding your business
  7. Bookkeeping requirements
  8. Dealing with Value Added Tax
  9. Dealing with Payroll
  10. Dealing with business taxation
  11. What next ………

Before we commence I would like to deal with the Legal Disclaimer:

The information contained in this blog site is of a general nature and is not a substitute for professional advice. You are recommended to obtain specific professional advice before you take any action.

No action based on the content should be taken without seeking professional advice. Therefore no responsibility for loss occasioned by any person acting or refraining from action as a result of the material can be accepted by the authors,the firm or this site.

Furthermore, we are not responsible for the content of the websites to which we have provided links, they are merely for reference purposes.

Tags: Accountants, Business Development, Business Infrastructure, Business Mentoring, Business Start Up, Entrepreneur, Home Business, Micro Business, Selfemployed, Small Business, smb, sme, Very Small Business, VSB

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