General Practice

As a firm of general practice chartered accountants, we need to master many core disciplines.

Although we have specifically identified certain services and sectors in which we have gained much experience and expertise, we are also able to assist in many other areas that fall into other, general practice, categories.

We offer a range of advisory, outsourcing and compliance services:

  • Business plan preparation,
  • Advice on the most appropriate trading structure,
  • Assistance in raising of finance,
  • Incorporation, if you decide to trade as a limited company,
  • Registration for all of the appropriate taxes,
  • Pro-active business and personal tax, finance and structure advice,
  • Business support (Book-keeping and payroll),
  • Introduction of appropriate financial controls,
  • Both internal Management Accounting and external Statutory Accounting,
  • Audit,
  • Pre sale grooming,
  • Business sale, succession or dissolution,
  • Managing and protecting your wealth.

Meeting with one of our partners or managers for a free initial consultation should be your starting point. This will enable you to explain your circumstances to us and identify the areas in which you require assistance.

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Latest Blogs in General Practice
 
Daniel Coleman
19th June 2017 Useful Apps to Make Your Life Easier – Asset.guru

Asset Guru is currently the only available app I’ve found which offers a complete asset management system, including but not limited to – depreciation calculations, cloud connection, geospatial mapping and many reporting tools along with future projections of assets. Asset Guru is available to use in either Xero or QuickBooks.   Started in Australia, the…

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Ian Piper
16th June 2017 Brexit

Post Brexit: What cutting of red tape might SME’s expect? After almost a full year of foreplay, formal Brexit negotiations with the EU will eventually commence next week. Looking ahead one step further, what can SME’s expect post Brexit? And will the UK Government use this opportunity to further advance their stated policy of reducing…

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Paul Tatum
25th April 2017 Charity accounts do not meet the required standard

A significant number of charity accounts fail to explain how the charity is meeting its objectives, while many do not meet basic standards for users, particularly in the very smallest charities, according to research from the Charity Commission.   Of a recent sample, 54% of charities did not meet the public benefit reporting requirement. Some…

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Chris Morton
4th April 2017 New Insolvency Rules

Liquidation Procedures: New administrative rules being phased in. With the new tax year already upon us, clients could be forgiven for thinking that all they need concern themselves with are the plethora of new fiscal rules about to impact on their businesses. However, further perhaps overlooked changes are about to be made to insolvency law…

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Ian Piper
29th March 2017 Article 50(2)

Brexit: New tariffs, what new tariffs? Now that Prime Minister May has written to the EU, triggering Article 50(2) of the Treaty on European Union, Brexit moves one step closer and SME’s slowly begin to wonder, “how might this affect us”? For your average local family business, the main areas of concern will probably be:…

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Steve Smith
18th February 2017 Growth Funding

Anglia LEP: Offering £1/2m grants towards business expansion. The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership is calling for local businesses wanting to grow and create new jobs to apply for grants up to £500,000 through the Growing Business Fund. Businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk may apply for a grant of up to 20% of the total cost…

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