Being your own boss; an accounting crash course for counsellors
Jamie Spender CTA FCCA MAAT will be running the workshop and has over a decade of experience working with business owners at various stages of their life cycle. With an established client portfolio including a large number of counsellors he has good knowledge of the particular issues that counsellors specifically should consider.
This 1.5 hour workshop is designed to assist counsellors make informed decisions about the structure of their business - whether that be an individual just starting up on their own for the first time, or an already established business employing their own staff.
The workshop will give a basic overview of the following areas:
- Tax and legal implications of setting up as a sole trader vs limited company.
- How to decide which structure is best suited for your business.
- How to set up your desired business structure.
- Ongoing compliance required for your business.
- How to minimise your tax exposure whilst ensuring you still qualify for future benefits such as state pension.
- Upcoming tax changes (very topical).
There will be plenty of opportunity for questions with the aim being to equip new business owners and established business owners alike with the necessary tools to understand being a business owner better.
This workshop will run on Zoom and will not be recorded. Each workshop is capped at 20 people to give everyone the chance to ask questions and get the most out of this unique opportunity.
We imagine this workshop to be popular so have decided to run the same workshop on three different dates.
Tuesday 5th July - 7pm-8:30pm
Friday 19th August - 6:30pm-8:00pm
Saturday 10th September - 10am-11:30am
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form.
I am a fully qualified Integrative Counsellor and a Registered Member of the BACP, eligible for accreditation. I am a CPCAB Tutor for The Bedfordshire Centre for Therapeutic Studies. I run a successful private practice known as Red Robin Counselling & Training Practice