We are the fastest-growing accountancy practice in the country. In the most recent annual survey of national accountancy firms we were listed among the fastest-growing firms in a table of top firms, with a 62% increase in business activity. This survey was undertaken by the profession's leading press and ranked us 54 out of over 15000 accountancy practices in the United Kingdom in 2015.
Find your perfect ACCA course! The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is one of the world's largest and most widely respected accountancy bodies. To become an accredited accountant, you will need to pass 14 out of the 16 accountancy exams offered.
If you are in London then the best place to study the exams is UKCBC (UK College of Business and Computing) in W1. You can email them for course details at email@example.com or click here for the course costs and start dates.
With 150,000 members globally, the FCCA or ACCA exam qualification is held by an increasing number of CEOs, CFOs and other senior executives.
(See: ACCA: Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).
We do more than just prepare accounts, and offer constructive and pro-active advice on all financial matters and business development. We will help you to plan your affairs to reduce tax liabilities. You may also want financial and tax advice for your new business.
Our custom-designed approach to clients, combined with our quick, effective and all-embracing service has enabled the firm to shift to its leading role in East Anglia. Our size enables us to use professional and dedicated specialists who offer us a breadth of knowledge and experience. Consequently, we can offer a high standard of service, not just to our clients, but also on a consultancy basis to third parties such as banks, lawyers and other advisers.
We endeavour to provide a custom-made service to fit the precise requirements of your business within your schedule. For a free consultation, contact your nearest office to decide on a suitable visit or tick the appropriate box and send back the response form. We have developed, tried and tested Business Support Services for all your specifications. If you don't see it on the response form it doesn't mean we do not deliver it.
The budget process alone is not sufficient to maintain adequate management control. Too often, organizations tend to expect results from budgetary control and fail to recognize its behavioural implications. As a result, pressures are created leading to mistrust, hostility and actions detrimental to the long-term prospects of an organization. It follows that accountants should work more closely with behavioural scientists and that they should learn more about the behavioural implications of organisational control.
Participation schemes may be introduced into organizations with due consideration... see: Performance Evaluation Summary