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Access To Finance
  • We will print here a sample of finance options available to new and small businesses in the Ribble Valley. Please contact us with details of your project and we will carry out a more detailed search for grants and other sources of funding.  Watch out for updates in 2011.

 

 

  

THE PRINCE'S TRUST

 

The Prince's Trust Business Programme provides money and support to help people start up in business.

Is it for people like me?

The Business Programme is for people who are:

  • aged 18-30
  • unemployed or working less than 16 hours a week
  • living in England or Northern Ireland.

How can I apply?

Telephone The Ribble Valley Enterprise Agency on 01254 828820

email: projects@ribblevalleyenterpriseagency .co.uk

What's on offer in the North West

Get established in farming with the Jason Kanabus Fund
The Jason Kanabus Fund at The Prince's Trust can help you get established in the farming industry. Read more about the Jason Kanabus Fund in the North West


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The Prince's Trust Business Programme

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HMRC

Tax advantages for those starting up in business

New businesses can benefit from a variety of tax allowances and reliefs which could cut their tax bill.
They include:

  • capital allowances for investment in equipment and premises
  • tax relief and credits for spending on research and development
  • stamp duty relief in disadvantaged areas

But you won't automatically receive these tax advantages. You need to find out what you can claim and then apply for them.
Read the guide to tax reliefs, credits and incentives for new businesses on the Inland Revenue website
Find out about enhanced capital allowance investment schemes - Helpsheet IR206 (PDF) on the Inland Revenue website: www.hmrc.gov.uk

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