Understandable finance for business with accountant Peter Evans

This week on Elevenses with CEC, our weekly chat show series where we have intimate, honest conversations with a range of wonderful humans about the creative industries, wellbeing, reality and the future, we’ll be chatting with the talented Mr. Peter Evans of Affinity Scotland as he decodes all the financial noise out there and helps our community answer the important questions about how to make our money work for us.

More about Peter

Having spent years working internally at HMRC, Peter is our man on the inside, using refreshingly accessible language and forgoing the judgement to help creative entrepreneurs overcome their financial fears, sort their books and get the money they so desperately need.

Affinity Scotland is part of the Affinity Associates Group, a nationwide accountancy and tax advisory firm with numerous offices around the UK.

Peter Evans is the face of Affinity Scotland being a Partner in the Group and is a highly respected advisor to start-up businesses particularly in the creative sector. He has the ability to explain complex issues in a friendly and easily understandable way and as a result, is a regular speaker on tax for numerous organisations.

From sole traders to multi-million-pound turnover businesses Affinity offer tailored accounting solutions to meet all types of business needs. From bespoke advice, statutory accounts and Audits, bookkeeping and personal self-assessment Tax Returns we offer all the services a business requires at a sensible and competitive price. A fixed price package including accounting software has been specifically designed for the smaller and start-up business.

Connect with Peter on the Creative Entrepreneurs’ Club

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