Communicating with your Accountant

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Author: Henry Ejdelbaum

Tags: Accountant, AIMS Accountant, Financial

Communication is important in any relationship and when it comes to communicating with your accountant you must be as transparent as possible. That goes both ways so don’t think it’s just down to you – you both have responsibilities to each other to be honest and open.

As the client you have a responsibility of making sure your accountant is aware of all of your ‘financials’ and in turn your accountant is responsible for looking after your books and ensuring you make the best of your finances. In short, getting the best results for your business and always being a step ahead of your finances.

You see, having an accountant is one of the best investments you will ever make for your business and as well as helping you look after your money they make great mentors – make it your business to understand what they do and how they do it and why. If you’re not experiencing that right now, maybe it’s time to re-evaluate the relationship.

We don’t have that problem with AIMS accountants and we pride ourselves on our personable and transparent approach. We are only a phone call away and we are more than happy to visit you at your premises – we don’t charge by the hour so we take the time to understand your needs and conversation wont be cut mid-flow. And not forgetting we’re a very friendly bunch – so you see communication isn’t a problem for us in whatever form.

If you like the way we think – you will like the way we work.

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