How easy is it to switch accountant?
If you are happy with your current accountant - brilliant. It's really important to choose the right accountant for you and your business. Here's some great tips to help you decide or review your current provider.
However, if you are considering switching accountants, you might think the process will take several months, costing you a lot of time and money and inconvenience. Switching is actually really simple. Your new accountant should take care of this for you directly, with little or no input needed from you.
Will it cost me to switch?
There should not be any fee to pay to switch.
If I have paid my accountant in full, should I wait until they have completed the work before switching?
You can change accountants at any time. If you've paid in full you can ask for a statement and your previous accountant can provide you with a refund of the difference to cover the work they have completed.
How do I break the news to my original accountant?
The great news is we take care of this for you. We are a helpful bunch and we make this hassle free and easy for you.
So, if you’re thinking about making the move , here are the steps to a smooth handover:
1) Get in touch with us and will take a few simple details
2) We will advise your accountant and take care of any paperwork
3) That's it! You're all set and can get on with running your business
MAKING ACCOUNTANCY EASY FOR YOU
Our services include:
Year end statutory accounts
Corporate tax return
Payroll preparation and reporting (up to 2 directors/staff included)
Unlimited independent IR35 review
VAT advice, registration and returns
Registered office services
Self-assessment tax return
Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)
Company secretarial services
Annual business health check with your qualified accountant
XERO 'show around' when you first join us and 24/7 access to your data
SWITCHING ACCOUNTANT IS EASY PEASY
you are making my life so much simpler now as I don't need to worry that I'm doing something wrong!
WHY PURPLE ACCOUNTS SMALL BUSINESS CENTRE?
no paper piles
no 'ticking billometer'