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Six Easy Steps to Reduce Your Accountancy Fees

Almost all businessmen and women will make use of a number of professional advisors during their careers. They will see a solicitor to draw up their partnership deed, or form a limited company, and make their wills. They may see an architect to prepare plans for new premises, and their bank manager to help finance it. But, in practice, the most regular professional advisor is likely to be the accountant. D.R. Watkinson