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Brigg and Scunthorpe-based TurnerWarran has emphasised the importance of businesses finding the right working relationship with their accountants.

Kevin Turner, managing partner at the accountants and business advisers, said with the majority of their clients coming from referrals TurnerWarran was surprised at the number of companies which picked an accountant without doing any research.He added: “Finding the right accountant isn’t hard, but finding the right working relationship with someone who you can trust and work with can be.”

Staff at TurnerWarran have many years’ experience working and supporting the local community with their financial and business needs and offer a broad range of services, catering for businesses of all sizes.

Within TurnerWarran, clients have a personal contact who offers proactive advice – anticipating issues – to help make their business run smoothly.

Mr Turner said: “Our guiding principle is to be the best regional practice. We regard our clients’ business success as a measure of our own. We offer all our clients service excellence.”

He said staff had seen business grow on the referrals of existing clients who had been more than happy with the level of service they had received.

He added: “They have recommended us to friends and associates, ranging from start-up businesses to more established businesses.”

Sharon Hope, the HR and payroll manager, said: “We have had so many companies come through the door who had previously not been given the best advice and were not aware of certain issues that, at the end of the day, were costing them money.

“We want to make people aware that here at TurnerWarran consultations are free. It would cost nothing to arrange an appointment for a second opinion on your financial or business requirements.”

TurnerWarran is offering up-to-date advice and suggestions to businesses from start-up ventures to much larger companies on how they can maximise their profits and reduce their tax burden.

Source: Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph 15 April 2008

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