- As mentioned previously, determine the need for what you are offering
- A reasonable expectation of profitability and timescales
- What profit margin and pricing strategy will you be using? Is this feasible long-term?
- Perhaps one of the most important questions - how will the business pay you and any team members? Estimate expenses and any unforeseen “catastrophes”.
When you’re running your own business, it’s inevitable that you will end up wearing a lot of different “hats” and taking on a range of different roles within the business. If you’re an entrepreneur who wants to ensure the continual success of your business, it’s worth considering an accountant for professional advice and assistance when it comes to your business’s finances. It could be the best investment you ever make for your business.Staying on top of your small business’s finances is a big task, even if you aren’t expecting a huge income. Many businesses and entrepreneurs are operating on a limited budget, so it’s understandable that some may opt to try to do their accounts themselves. However, these people may be unaware of just what a difference having an accountant can make to your business. Read More
As a small business owner, it's vital to develop your strategy and business goals. By creating a clear strategy and plan, you can design your course of action and mark out a path to achieve specific outcomes, helping you gain an advantage over your competitors.Read More
We've created a summary document of the tax changes affecting Buy To Let tax regulations. These came into effect in April 2017 and will primarily affect residential landlords and property investors. If you'd like to discuss this or to find out any more information, please contact our friendly team today.Download our guide here
As you may be aware HMRC are making significant changes to the tax system regarding Making Tax Digital, which is aimed at bringing businesses into the digital age. HMRC have now published further guidance following the 2017 budget and legislation will be introduced in Finance Bill 2017 to set out the changes.Read More
The British Accountancy Awards will take place again on the 26th November 2016. This year due to previous achievements in the award and vast knowledge in the industry Carl Reader, director of d&t chartered accountants has been asked to judge the awards. We believe this is a great opportunity as Carl himself co-owns a multi-award winning accounting practice so knows what to look for in a winner and is excited to see the amazing entries.
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On June 26th 2016 d&t will be competing in a Dragon Boat Race at Coate Water Country Park in Swindon. We will be raising money for Swindon Guide dogs which are a charity for breeding and training guide dogs
You can help d&t raise money for this great cause by donating directly to our fundraising pageRead More