Accountant sums up how to start your own business on Calon FM

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Our Principal Robert Ellis is hitting the airwaves on Thursday, 25th July to discuss what you need to take into account when starting a new business.

The advice session is the first of 12 monthly slots that Robert, of Ellis and Co Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers, will take part in on Wrexham's Calon FM (105 FM).

Robert will also chat more generally about the business services he offers at his practices at the Redwither Tower on Wrexham's Industrial Estate and Northgate Street in Chester in a second show to be aired on Thursday, 1st  August.

Listeners are also urged to contribute to a forthcoming Question and Answer radio session with Robert, highlighting all their accountancy needs and tax concerns, by tweeting @EllisAccounting with your questions or contacting the radio station direct on 01978 293 393 /

In September, Robert is delighted to take part in a session similar to Desert Island Discs with presenter Tracy Jones, detailing everything from his three favourite songs to the advice he would give to anyone thinking of setting up on their own.


Tracy said: "We are delighted to invite Robert onto the show as he will give our listeners a valuable insight into managing their business and tax affairs and what precautions to take when striking out on their own."

"I'm thrilled to be taking part in these regular radio sessions with Calon FM," said Robert.

"I'll be talking initially about what to consider when going into business which is becoming more common in the current economic climate - and of course what action to take to avoid any penalties involving tax.

"There are a number of steps you must take to ensure the success of your new business and I will be going through these in great detail.

"I'm also looking forward to the Question and Answer session and would urge listeners to ask me anything relating to the news topics of the day, as well as their own accountancy concerns."