Business Start-Up

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LAWNSCIENCE PROSPECTUS

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Establishing a new business might initially seem a little daunting at first, especially if this is your first business.

 

But there really is no need to worry; at Lawnscience we fully understand the process of establishing a new business especially as we go through the process with our new partners several times a year. So don’t worry we’ll make the process simple and hold your hand all the way.

The first stage is to establish which business format is most suited to your needs, you can set up your business as a sole trader, partnership or limited company. Which option is financially best for you will depend upon your personal circumstances and other issues such as if your partner is potentially going to play a role in the business or not. Our accountants will meet with you, free of charge, to explain the options available and if you would like they can even establish the business for you. Our accountants can also take care of producing your annual accounts, but if you prefer you can appoint your own firm of accountants.

Your new business will also need insurances but again no need to worry our insurance brokers will advise you on the types of business insurance needed and again can set these policies up for you if you wish, but again you are free to pick your own insurance broker if you wish.

There are several other administrative areas which need to be discussed so we will arrange discuss each of these areas, in detail, in order that you know exactly what needs to be done and how to do it.

Throughout the whole process we are only a phone call away so if an issue arises that you want to talk through we can either meet up or discuss the issue over the telephone whichever is easiest.

Establishing your new business efficiently and correctly is important to us, because when your business becomes operational it is vital that you can spend your time concentrating on growing your business and not administration.