The Focus Collection meets the needs of today’s business owners and their team members to make their work life easier and more fun.
You can rest easier knowing we are there to support you in many ways.
Creating a system that is simple to use, giving you more time to spend on growing your business Our services include; Taxation, Accounting, Company Returns and Business Services.
TRAINING AND MENTORING
Specific training or mentoring tailored to suit you. We provide business skills courses, training for software, along with mentoring for business startups.
A variety of counselling programmes and health workshops run by professionals, to ensure you are feeling the best you can do and working to the best of your performance.
Offering Business services and virtual assistance such as powerpoint presentations, contracts etc as well as consulting on getting the most out of your employees, cost savings and business growth.
Providing an events management service, as well as running a range of events with a focus on informality and fun – offering a friendly and useful way of meeting new people and businesses.
We are always looking for new opportunities to help our valued customers. We’re not entirely sure what it will become, but one thing’s for certain, when it does… it will be something that will help you.
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Latest Blog Posts
Having been down to the accountancy conference earlier this year, one of the topics being talked about is HMRC going digital. What does that mean for accountants and individuals? In essence they are trying to make their processes easier, and they are saying they are...read more
Important changes are coming that will affect your company regarding People with significant control (PSC)
People with significant control (PSC) From 6 April 2016 you need to start keeping a record of the people who control your company – your PSC’s. There are criminal penalties if you don’t do this. For most companies these will be individuals who: •...read more
HMRC and a number of small businesses are set to lose out on millions of pounds after fashion retailer Blue Inc, which owns, among others, the Officers Club brand, closed many of its stores using a controversial insolvency procedure.read more