Computers in Business

Having a good idea and bags of enthusiasm and energy to make a go of it is only part of running your own business.

What about employment regulations, contractual agreements, book keeping professional advice is essential. It will be time and money well spent and the advice you receive will be recouped by the extra profitability which results. So before you start trading you should consult:

AN ACCOUNTANT WHO CAN ADVISE

Which category of business is best for you

How to approach your bank manager

Help with preparing a business plan

Setting up and preparing company accounts, Tax and VAT liability

Applying for grants

Cash flow and budgeting forecasting

A SOLICITOR WILL HELP YOU WITH:

Leasing agreements

Buying premises

Employment legislation

Contracts

The legal formation of the company

Partnership agreements

Patent and copyright law

THE LOCAL ENTERPRISE AGENCY:

Will provide generally free advice on setting up in business, sorting out problems, training, and raising finance.

THE BANK MANAGER:

A friend and adviser rather than an obstacle. Some banks offer free banking to new businesses and most have a specially trained adviser on small business problems.

A SURVEYOR:

Useful when buying, renting or leasing premises.

 



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