From the moment you decide to start up your own business, you will be faced with all sorts of questions:
- Do I start my business as a sole proprietor or do I set up a company?
- Which type of legal form is best suited to my type of business?
- Do I have sufficient resources or do I need financing?
- Should I buy or lease?
- How do I optimise my income from a tax perspective?
We will be happy to provide you with answers to all your questions in a ‘no-obligation’ meeting.
When setting up a new company or starting up as a sole proprietor, all sorts of administrative formalities need to be taken care of. We are available to guide you through the process from beginning to end.
- preparation of the notarial deed
- drawing up a realistic financial plan, always in joint consultation with the client
- compiling a credit file for the bank
- applying for a VAT number
- applying for a Trade Register number
- registering with the ‘Crossroads Bank for Enterprises’ (i.e. the central database of businesses registered in Belgium)
- registering employees with an employers’ external payroll service provider
WG Accountants is also a member of the international JHI network, which consists of independent accountancy and consultancy firms in over 55 countries. Bringing an in-depth understanding of foreign legislation, this enables us to offer our clients first rate expert advice on their business activities and private assets abroad.