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This is the question you have to ask yourself when searching for a suitable accountant. Whether you are a sole trader just starting out or a small business looking to change your accountant, make a list of the plus points from their services offered. Check reviews on any potential accountant, take a look around their website for case studies or search Google for any online reviews from previous clients.

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Service to your business shouldn't be compromised, not matter how low the cost of the accounting package. Having the right advice on board and making sure your business records and dealings with HMRC are all in order, are key to a successful business. Therefore make sure you fully research any accountant before you engage their services.  You can sometimes be distracted by the low cost of the accountant and jump straight in, take time to see exactly what is on offer for the price.

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