By Jonathan London on 21st July 2014

Doing your own accounts could cost you thousands [INFOGRAPHIC]

One of the first questions you may ask yourself when making the move into self-employment is whether you actually need to fork out hundreds of pounds on getting the right financial advice to support and make a success of your business.  After all, you’re really great with your own money – so why shouldn’t doing your own accounts carry through to your new business?

The problem is that getting, and investing in the right advice from the outset is probably the best way to get your business off the ground. After all, wouldn’t you rather be out there growing your business, or making sure everything’s in place for your business to succeed?

Our infographic below looks to dispel the myth that doing your own accounts is a doddle, and in the end, it can actually save you money in the long run.

Doing your own account could cost you more than you think


Jonathan London Written by Jonathan London

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