Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 2 August 2014

Supporting new local businesses

Commercial Feature

Tanya Mack, Partner (left) and trainee accountant Catriona Turley

Tanya Mack & Co are Chartered Certified Accountants and Registered Auditors based in Newcastle, Co Down whose client base stretches provincewide.

Tanya Mack emphasises that new businesses are at the heart of transforming the local economy:

She said: “I firmly believe that the skills, abilities and creativity of our local entrepreneurs are key to the future development of Northern Ireland's economy. The active support of these entrepreneurs is crucial to the rebalancing of our economy as we navigate our way through these difficult times”.

She added “It is a core objective of our practice to support and facilitate start up businesses from the start - not just when their tax return is due. Today's business environment is still tough for local businesses, and effective cash management is crucial.

“We actively help our clients with cash management by preparing detailed and realistic cashflow projections and business plans and then following up with monthly or quarterly management accounts to monitor actual cash movement — this is particularly important in the start up phase — an annual set of accounts sometimes isn't enough.

“We are more than just the numbers and have the skills and experience to advise entrepreneurs in all aspects of running their business and individual tax affairs. Clients need trusted business advisors today more than ever.”

If you are starting up in business Tanya Mack and Co has a special package of services to ensure that you meet all the statutory requirements including registering your business, VAT and PAYE registration, in addition to ensuring that your financial projections are realistic and supporting you through bank negotiations.

It also offers a free start up compliance package for all new businesses to help you start off on a firm footing, meeting all the relevant HM Revenue and Customs requirements.

For an initial consultation please contact Tanya Mack on 028 4372 2445.

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