People buy from people: meet Jan Willis of On The Spot Tax Accountants in Lymington.
Who is full of useful tips for us all as below recently for Christmas...meanwhile...January is busy season for accountants - and could also be the time for you to enjoy less future stress by employing one! As Jan says, a good accountant should not cost you money!
Call Jan now to book a no commitment discussion about how: 07973 939228
And read on below...
On The Spot is based in Lymington and provides all your traditional accountancy services for self assessment, sole trader, limited company, charity and CIC’s plus virtual finance director services, including:
Jan also provides "virtual finance director" services: so effectively becoming your FD and working with you throughout the year. This includes proactively identifying financial opportunities for your business such as how to utilise the Furlough scheme or a pot of funding that has become available and the qualifying criteria.
If you are a business owner, you are passionate about your dream and your product or service. It helps to have someone supporting your ambitions who is as passionate about your success as you, but who can also be a critical friend and help you to identify potential risks ahead, discuss your barriers to success and help break them down, identify your opportunities and work together to maximise them.
Providing the support you need to enable you to focus on either starting up or growing your business.
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This statement is true no matter where your business is in its lifecycle, from a current seed of an idea to a business owner considering their exit strategy. Investing in professional Accountancy services makes sense. It saves you time - more time for you to focus on what you do best- running your business. It takes the uncertainty out of tax planning and provides peace of mind.
Take control of your own destiny but don’t shoulder the burden alone. Working with a good Accountant who business partners with you and can provide traditional accountancy services that handle all the compliance aspects such as your statutory accountants and tax returns, but can also provide more detailed support as you would expect from an experienced Finance Director.
Working with you to establish a good set of financial documents to support your business plan, cashflow forecasts, management accounts and much more.
Interested in starting up your own business? This is a critical time to get advice, your initial set up structure and careful planning could save you £000’s of tax; money that could be invested into your business to help it grow, to create jobs and drive profit. Careful planning can maximise tax relief for any external investors too and make your opportunity an attractive investment.
A good Accountant will be proactively supporting you and signposting you to government support and funding opportunities, also identifying opportunities across their network and connecting clients who could mutually benefit from each other.
If you are a business owner, you are passionate about your dream and your product or service.
It helps to have someone supporting your ambitions who is as passionate about your success as you, but who can also be a critical friend and help you to identify potential risks ahead, discuss your barriers to success and help break them down, identify your opportunities and work together to maximise them.
Working with your Accountant throughout the year should ensure no surprises in your end result and no unexpected tax bill. A fixed fee quote to provide your general accountancy services with a pre-agreed charge for any significant additional work should provide comfort that there are no unexpected bills from your accountant too. A subscription payment model for your accounting fee works well as the payments are spread throughout the year and evens out your cashflow.
Or call: 07973 939228
Or connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-willis-3170b98/
Tips from Jan include:
You can spend a maximum of £150 including VAT per staff member plus another £150 for a guest in total over a tax year. The main condition is that ALL members of staff at that location must be invited. A location is a bit more blurred this year, so keep your e-invite to show that all employees contractually employed at a certain site are invited. In addition to the £150 annual party limit, you may also send a gift to staff with a value up to £50 including VAT, such as a Turkey, wine or chocolates.
See below to link for full details! And if you're the employee - tell the boss!