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An accountant that saves you money
At the Guidon Group, we want to save our clients money because your accountant should not be a cost to your business. Based in Stockton, we work with businesses across the North East providing accountancy and bookkeeping services. We have vast experience and our tax advisers have many years of experience in financial compliance, so you know that you won’t get any surprises from the taxman. But we also have a different ethos at Guidon Group that, along with the services you’d expect from an accountant, we give you a level of personal service you might not expect.
We are different
Accountancy firms often choose to only contact you for year-end accounts – not at Guidon Group! We will meet you regularly so we can advise you quickly and solve any issues that might cost you money if you left them until year-end. Our aim is to save you money, that’s why we chose a piggy bank as our mascot. (He’s called Albert Einswine, by the way!) For small limited company, we can effectively become your Finance Director and can help you make the most of your money to help you grow your business. You should see an accountant as an investment in your business that boosts your bank balance and not a cost. So contact us today for a free, no obligation chat about how we can help you boost your business.
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