Five tips for starting a business during the coronavirus pandemic

With health concerns still prevalent and the economy looking shaky, it might not seem like the ideal time to start a new business.
Along with the uncertainty, however, has come lots of new opportunities. And many brave souls have used the outbreak to plan new ventures and have started working for themselves.
Here are five tips to help get your new business off the ground.

A lot of company directors, particularly new company directors, are not 100 percent clear on their responsibilities to HMRC.
Confusion around things like employer taxation, expenses and reporting can all put people off starting their own business. And penalties can be steep when HMRC is involved.
At Cloud Accountant, our aim is to make life as easy as possible for stressed-out company directors. Because we know that there are more important things for them to be focussed on. That’s why we work with some of the best accountancy software providers and provide advice and support wherever necessary.

What Government Support is Available for Small Businesses?

The Government offers a range of loans, services and tools to help small businesses grow and improve productivity.

If you have just set up a new business, or are looking at ways to expand, then Government support is often the best (and cheapest) way to realise your goals.

In this blog post, we look at some of the schemes that can help small businesses achieve specific targets.