The answer is that the miser walks home behind the bus and saves himself £2 whilst the smart accountant follows behind the expensive taxi and saves £18.
The value of a smart accountant is that we can play the numbers. We understand the rules; we keep within the law and advise you in the best possible way to achieve your objective.
This is usually to save you tax, but it can also be to maximise your profits, to increase turnover, to generate stable growth, to raise finance or to sell the business.
The smart accountant is therefore worth their fees and is good value. I believe that we are smart accountants. If you ask the majority of our clients how much we cost, they would say nothing. This is not the same as free, but our advice is worth much more than our cost.
Are you an individual or business who is fed up of paying a disproportionate amount of their income in taxes?
If we can’t save you money, we won’t charge you. What have they got to lose?