We've always been rather impressed with Crunch Accountancy - not only for their online accountancy services, but also for their support of Startacus - from our chit-chats with the Crunch team, our interview with MD Darren Fell, to their tips post on finance and accounting issues such as Real Time Information.
You can imagine then that we were pretty chuffed when they contacted us to say they would be happy to support us with our Startacus member benefits.
So, if you’re either in the midst of setting up a limited company or have started a limited company within the last six months and are looking for accountancy services, this special offer is just for you.
So what’s on offer?
If you need a new Ltd Company formed and you also join Crunch, Crunch will waive the set-up cost of both the company formation and the fee for joining Crunch - saving you £60.00.
If you have an existing Ltd company and you are currently in the first 6 months of your financial year, Crunch have waived their set up fee to join Crunch saving you £25.00.
What do you have to do?
Well firstly, you’ll need to fall into one of the categories we’ve just outlined
We’d like to say a big thanks to Crunch for providing us with this great offer and also to all the other fab companies who’ve been providing lots of great offers and deals for all our Startacus members.
Check out the Startacus deals page for a whole heap of offers including free mini business cards, 15% of market research services, to a discounted Huddlebuy Gold card. Lots more to come too!
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