Considering changing accountants? You’re not alone! Many Australians have changing accountants on their ‘to-do’ list, but they’re stumped by the seeming complexity of the task. Here’s how easy it actually is.
There are usually a number of reasons why you may decide to change accountants.
These are the usual signs when it’s time to switch:
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Let your previous accountant know you're moving. We can also do this on your behalf and get your financial information transferred to us directly.
Once we have updated your details into our systems, it's time to get started. We'll be your year-round finance partner and available when you need us.
One size does not fit all. We will always tailor a solution according to your requirements, goals and budget so that you only pay for services you need.
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If you think it’s time to change accountants, speak with one of our team members to discuss more. The first consultation is complimentary and comes with no obligations, so fill in the form below and and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Selecting an accounting firm is a serious decision: look beyond tax compliance and consider the other financial support services you may need to achieve your goals. From business consulting to property investment advice, SMSF set-up and bookkeeping – a full-service accounting firm will support you as your lifestyle changes. If you’re unsure of the complete service offering of any firm, make sure you ask questions and dig deep before making a final decision.
Whilst it may feel uncomfortable to let your existing accountant know that you have decided to make a change – they will appreciate your courtesy. If they seek reasons for your decision to move on, simply highlight how your needs have changed at this stage in your life or business, and you’ve found an accountant who is a better fit. Your new accountant will contact your previous accountant, too. They will inform your previous accountant of their appointment to manage your accounts, and they’ll also ask if there are any ethical or professionals reason why they shouldn’t do so. Your new accountant will also request all information and relevant documents relating to your finances be forwarded on.
Once your files are received from your previous accountant, your new accountant will update your details in their system. It’s likely your new accountants will want to ensure all details are correct and up to date – so there may be a little ‘back and forth’ to make sure everything is accurate. This is also an opportune time for you to ask questions – a fresh start with a new accounting firm gives you a change to look over matters you might not have understood ‘first time ‘round’.