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Choosing an accountant for your small business

1 minute read

Zoe Brown

There’s no doubt that running your own business is time-consuming, from marketing to customer service and logistical planning, there’s plenty to occupy your time. While being in charge can also be a great opportunity to learn new skills, there are some areas of business that can feel a little overwhelming to solely manage; accounting being one of them.  

From expert advice to assisting with taxes, bookkeeping or helping to stay on top of your financial statements, getting an accountant to help manage business finances is often a popular choice for SMEs. Accountants offer all sorts of services for a range of different costs, so if starting with a simple internet search might seem a little broad for you, our factsheet could be just what you’re looking for.

With helpful insights into the common services provided by accountants to what you need to think about when it comes to choosing one, this factsheet provides some trusted information to help you start the process of getting an accountant on board.

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Zoe works as a Content Marketing Executive at the UK Domain. Previously working in advertising and the sporting industry, Zoe has over four years experience in marketing.

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