There’s no need to stress about changing accountants, you’re only a few easy steps away from making the switch.
- The first step is to get a quote from us using the button above
- Once you are happy quickly check the terms and conditions with your accountant and let us know the details (or pass them to us)
- We will contact your current accountant to let them know you’re leaving and what information we require
- We will help you transfer all your account details over to us including cloud accounting accounts
- We deal with migrating all your bookkeeping, payroll. tax seamlessly over to us and make sure you never miss a deadline
- You can continue to run your business brilliantly
It’s really that simple. You can also feel reassured that we are always on the end of the phone or email if you need us
The difficulty for most business owners – even those with great reasons to review and change – is that they find
it difficult to make the break, move on and progress. The simple fact is we all dislike change. We don’t like being
outside our comfort zone, preferring to have familiar people and patterns around us, whether that’s in business
or at home. So it’s no great surprise to find that the vast majority of businesses resist change especially when it
comes to reviewing and potentially changing your accountant.
The optimal time to switch for a limited company would be at the company year end or immediately after the tax year end if you are a sole traders. In practice however there is rally no preferred time to switch accountant as we provide a complete catch up service free to get you up to date. So, if you are unhappy with the current service that you are receiving there’s no reason to delay switching to us today to ensure that you are receiving the most from your accountant.
- Do you require specific technical or technological skills? Does your accountant have a firm grasp on current developments?
- Are you getting value for money – assuming you know the value you want?
- Does your current accountant fully understand yourbusiness needs and what the plans are to grow the business in the future?
- Is the service satisfactory and are returns filed in good order and on time?
- Could you get better service elsewhere?
- Has your business outgrown your accountant?
- Is your business treated like just another number to a large firm of accountants?