Mainstream media is highlighting the ravages of Covid-19 on our society and economy but in fact, anecdotal evidence suggests that it is not all gloom and doom: some people are even starting a new business.  And, if the expected slew of redundancies does indeed happen once the furlough scheme ends, we may see more people trying their hand at freelance work, and other forms of self-employment.

 

Robson Laidler has gained many plaudits for the way we have supported businesses through Covid-19, and we look forward to supporting new entrepreneurs in the same way.

 

We start by discussing your business and personal goals and put it together in a one-page plan. Then, from deciding what is the best business vehicle, setting up limited companies, liaising with HM Revenue & Customs and assisting with VAT, PAYE and the like, we are here every step of the way.

 

Once you are set up, we provide ongoing business development support including advice and training on systems to keep your business records, access to our e-learning platform and ongoing coaching. Our promise is to help free your mind, time and finances.

 

Our sister company Robson Laidler Wealth, together with our team of tax professionals, can help you to pass your wealth to the younger generations efficiently; but that’s only after we’ve ensured you are comfortable in your retirement.

 

We have a new business toolkit available to download from our website, which gives practical points you should consider to get your business off the ground.

 

We look forward to hearing from you so that we can help you in the next phase of your life. Start here.

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