04 Nov Using a Chartered Accountant
The ICAEW has launched a campaign to raise awareness of ICAEW Chartered Accountants and their high street firms as a trusted source of advice and support.
The campaign highlights the fact that ICAEW Chartered Accountants can provide reliable and professional guidance to help achieve business success.
This is especially relevant in the current environment where anyone can call themselves an accountant, even though they may have no formal qualifications.
We understand choosing the right accountants isn’t easy. You need to be sure that you are relying on someone with the skills and experience to give you the best possible advice.
To be a Chartered Accountant, someone must have completed a minimum of three years’ in-depth training, including practical experience, be a member of the ICAEW, be committed to continuing professional development, hold a practicing certificate, hold professional indemnity insurance and be part of the ICAEW’s practice assurance scheme.
Harrisons Accountancy are Chartered Accountants and understand the struggles facing businesses. We are based in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire but cover a wide area including Hertfordshire & Milton Keynes.
We offer a free initial meeting with a qualified accountant. Get in touch via email or call us on 01767 312 696 to discuss any requirements.