I am proud to announce the launch of my new company, Octave Accountants, through which I will be working from now on. Many of you will know me from Thomas Croft Accountants or from SPI, but I now know it is time to deliver the financial services you trust from a new, more eye-catching and more appropriate brand.
More strings to our violin bows!
Octave Accountants also gives me the opportunity to widen my portfolio of services. Now not only can I offer you accountancy and taxation services, but also the equally vital, complementary services of bookkeeping and outsourced Finance Director support.
- Bookkeeping can include functions such as filing
your VAT returns, running your payroll and performing your CIS-related
administration – freeing your people from these time-consuming administrative
tasks to focus on their core roles.
- An outsourced Finance Director can analyse your monetary performance from a strategic point of view, recommending changes, helping to plan for growth, and generally providing expert advice on any business matter – at a much more economic rate than employing a full-time FD.
The benefits of my being able to offer you all of these services from one company are many and varied: they all relieve your staff of administrative or strategic tasks that are not their forte; fulfilling all of your financial needs under one roof obviously minimises duplication of effort, eradicates confusion caused by miscommunication, and streamlines the cost of employing different suppliers for different roles.
For my own part, I too look forward to doing more for you and your company, and thereby more comprehensively supporting your financial goals in particular, and your business objectives in general. Our service is always scaled to the level of your exact needs, remaining sensitive to your precise requirements.
Indeed, your peace of mind and sustained and sustainable business growth are always in the forefront of my mind.
As always, if you have any questions at all about this change, please do not hesitate to contact me – please use the email@example.com email from now on.