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New to the game

No one ever said getting a new start-up off the ground was easy. Lack of financial planning can cause any new start-up to falter, Hardcastle Burton can assist with initial business planning and raising finance to ensure this isn’t the case for your business. Initially many new start-ups qualify for research and development tax relief. This relief can be vital but is complex to put together, requiring expert advice.

Growth and established businesses

Once off the ground, getting your finances under control will reassure investors your business really was a good bet. Hardcastle Burton can assist with Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) schemes.

Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Schemes (SEIS). The generous tax relief available makes your company even more attractive to investors.

For some, exit is not your final goal but to enjoy the successful business you have built. We can help keep things on track providing tax and accounting compliance, budgets and cashflow monitoring to ensure maximum return. You may also wish to outsource your bookkeeping and payroll to allow you to really concentrate on the growth of your business.

Exit strategy

If your long-term plan is ultimately to realise your investment, a clear exit strategy for you and your investors is key. We can discuss the options with you and through careful planning ensure the benefits resulting from all your hard work are realised.

Our services include:

  • Research and Development tax claims (R&D)
  • Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) schemes
  • Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS)
  • Seed Enterprise Investment Schemes (SEIS)
  • Audit and assurance including Grant Audits
  • Cashflow management
  • Exit strategy

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