Individual and Start Up
Advice on financing a new business
If you’re thinking of starting up a new business you’ll need to have some start up capital, and that can often mean raising finance from an external source. You don’t need to be an expert in the legal and financial aspects of running a business, but you do need support and professional advice, and that’s where we can help.
Securing start up funds
Raising finance is about more than just going to your bank and asking for a loan. There are times when a more imaginative approach is required. We can help you raise vital cash against your existing assets, point you in the direction of specialist lenders, or guide you through the maze of grants and subsidies.
Structuring your business
We will go through all the ins and outs of being a sole trader, in a partnership and having a limited company. We will also advise on whether or not you should register for VAT, PAYE or even CIS. Once the advice is given, we’ll even sort out the paperwork!
Long and short-term cash flow forecasts can highlight potential shortfalls, making sure you’re not caught out and that funding is in place.
We’ll help you with target setting for optimum financial performance to help you focus on all aspects of your finances, leading to better cash management and profitability.
Development of management information systems
Planning at an early stage is vital. We can help you identify business goals, work out how you can achieve them and the resources you need to put in place.
Every business owner needs information to help them run a successful enterprise. Finton Doyle will not only help you design a system to match your specific requirements but will give as much or as little hands on support as you need to make effective management decisions.
Dealing with the Taxman can be quite a daunting prospect. At Finton Doyle we don’t just take care of the essentials, but we will proactively work in your favour to help you lower your tax bills. Not only that, but we will act for you when it comes to a dispute, not the other side.