It’s quite simple really. Our definition of a SUPER Accountant is this: ‘to create a relationship whereby the client sees us as a valuable asset in their business’. In other words, ‘we put you first’.
So what does this really mean to you? Well, a number of things…
A SUPER Accountant is one that gives your business the advantage it needs and demands.
And that’s where we really make the difference.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re just starting out, have an established business or you’ve been round the block a few times. We know what’s required to create a win-win relationship for you.
To begin with, when you become our client you will wave goodbye to those nonsense accountancy bills that so many accountants are guilty of…
…and that’s because all of our fees are fixed, so you’ll never get any nasty surprises. And to prevent you getting one bill to pay at the end of each year, you can pay us a low monthly fee, easing your cash flow.
Neither will you have to worry about key filing deadlines, because if in the very unlikely event we miss one, we’ll pay all of the fines and give you £250 for the inconvenience.
Now how many accountants do you know who are willing to go to such lengths for their clients? Plus, all of our support is free and unlimited.
So if you have an urgent question or just a quick query, everyone here is ready and waiting to help you…
…and that includes the partners of the firm, who you have direct access to whenever you need it.
And still, we want to go that extra mile when helping your business succeed.
So, if you’re looking for an accountant who does things differently…puts you at the centre of their business…and really cares about building a long-term relationship, then we know you’re going to love taking 60 minutes out of your day to meet with us.
So whether you’re starting a new business and want to hit the ground running, or have an existing one and are looking for a fresh and very successful approach to accountancy, we urge you to get in touch now.
Call us on 01257 429252 to book your free, no obligation meeting.