Many businesses fall into the trap of using accountants just to take away HMRC and Companies House reporting requirements. Yes, these matters need to be dealt with but they related to historical information that is likely to be of minimal use to business stakeholders – so the associated accountancy fees are not really a ‘value add’.

Our experience shows that businesses that report performance on a regular basis during the year, ideally against a forecast, have more chance of succeeding and reaching shareholder aspirations. We can provide timely and accurate information on a monthly or quarterly basis and discuss such results with key personnel so that value is added.