Using up personal allowances is not the only reason you should see your accountant at the start of the tax year, it is also the best time to get a health and wealth check for your business too.
The end of the tax year is the busiest time for your business and your accountant, meaning devoting time and effort to checking whether your business is on track is sadly lacking.
However, the complete opposite is the case at the start of the tax year, so now is the time to make the most of the chance to review your business strategy, cashflow and plans for the coming year to ensure your company has the best chance of success.
Your accountant is perfectly placed to help you put an effective plan in place to give your business the boost it needs at the start of the tax year. He or she can help you with everything from saving tax and paying the right amount of tax, right the way through to helping you comply with relevant regulations and improving your cashflow.
A good accountant can also help you access relevant funding – whether that is a grant that your business would qualify for or an investor that would help your business to grow.
Setting out an effective business plan at the beginning of your financial year is like creating a road map for the coming months, allowing you to follow that map to achieve your goals.
When things get tough, your accountant is there to help you with everything from advice to reality checks so your business can continue to run smoothly.
If you want help to set your business on the right path for this tax year, then please get in touch and find out how we can help you on 0114 213 4731 or email@example.com.