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Please note: While we recommend that you register for both sessions you may book on to the morning or afternoon sessions separately.
Morning Session - Beginners Guide to Financial Forecasting (10.00am to 12.30pm):
Make financial planning make sense and make your business more profitable.
Take a fresh look at how you manage your business through the eyes of your accounts in a simple step-by-step process. By taking your financial planning in bite sized chunks you will understand where the opportunities are to make more profit.
You will learn what types of records are included in financial planning, and what information they will provide you with to allow for better future management and planning:
• Sales Forecasts
• Cash Flow Forecasts
• Gross Profit Margins
• Profit and Loss Accounts
• Net Profit
• Funding Options for Growth
Get the feel of having your finger on the pulse of your business by having a practical framework to monitor your business performance against.
Afternoon Session - Completing Your First Self-Assessment (1.30pm to 4.00pm):
A necessity and legal requirement for every business, to submit your financial information from your business / self employment annually.
This free workshop will take you through step-by-step how to prepare your self-assessment form – including:
- What information do you need to tell HMRC?
- What are eligible business expenses?
- What do you have to include as income?
- What records do you have to keep and retain?
- What are the timetables that you need to meet?
- What does the self-assessment form look like?
At the end of the workshop you will know how to maintain your records and how to complete your assessment form.
Please note: To be eligible to attend this free workshop you need to be based in one of the following local council areas: East Devon, Mid Devon, Teignbridge or Exeter.
If you are outside of these areas please call us on 0800 592 872 before making a booking.
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We’ve been helping people start and stay in business throughout the South West for over 20 years. Since setting up as an enterprise agency in 1993, we have worked tirelessly to support self-employed individuals and small businesses with our blend of practical, down-to-earth advice and interactive workshops.
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