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I''m currently working my way through www.business.scotland.gov.uk website and creating a workplan of things I need to do to set up. What I would very much like is real sound advice and support on issues relating to self-financing, who I need to inform, at what point should I leave my full-time job etc. I have set up my website http://mhscot-consultancy.co.uk/ and because of multi-skills I''ve yet to decide what to focus more on, so would also like help with that.
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