You’ll need to decide which legal structure is right for your business before you register and start trading.
Find out about your legal responsibilities as an employer, including things like pay, tax and insurance, before you start employing staff.
It’s important to understand the different risks and benefits before you choose – whether you set up as a sole trader, limited company or partnership affects:
- the amount of financial risk you’re taking on
- the way you’ll need to pay tax, and report to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and Companies House (for limited companies and some types of partnership)
- how much control you have over how your business is run
We are able to advise you on all aspects of setting up a new business. Once we have helped you decide your structure and strategy, we can provide all the necessary financial services that you may require.
- Management Accounts
- Financial Statements
- Tax Returns
- Companies House registration and returns (for Limited companies and LLP’s only)