Specialist Accountant for startups
Starting a business from an idea can be one of the most exciting but difficult task, in particular because most prospective business owners do not seek the necessary professional advice to setup the business. Having the support of one of the leading startup accountants in the UK, right from the start is vital to ensure complete understanding, minimised taxes and timely compliance. We specialise in helping startup businesses covering all aspects of new business’ accounting, tax and compliance matters.
At Greystone, we take great pride in helping ambitious startup businesses throughout the UK with our dedicated business startup service. We cover all business planning matters, funding requirements, tax efficient company structure and leading to successful incorporation of your new company.
We also support businesses with advice on relevant taxes, registrations with HMRC, business bank accounts, loans and grants. Our dedicated team of accountants and business advisers will also setup bookkeeping systems including training of your team.
- Business Structure Advice
- Company Incorporation
- Business Planning & Funding
- Registration for taxes
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