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Run your business more efficiently and become more profitable with sound, quality advice

PUBLISHED: 15:09 14 January 2020 | UPDATED: 14:00 15 January 2020

Mark explains how Aston Shaw works and what sets them apart from other firms. Picture: Getty Images

Mark explains how Aston Shaw works and what sets them apart from other firms. Picture: Getty Images

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The key to good business advice is 'working with someone you can connect with and who understands your business' according to Aston Shaw, an accountancy firm dedicated to developing close, friendly relationships with its clients to deliver straightforward, first-class accountancy and advisory services. 

Aston Shaw offers tailored accountancy and advisory services to local businesses. Picture: Getty ImagesAston Shaw offers tailored accountancy and advisory services to local businesses. Picture: Getty Images

 "We work side by side with our clients to develop a close bond. We'll take the time to get to know you and your business and how best to help you," said managing director, Mark Noakes.

Mark explains how Aston Shaw works, what sets them apart from other firms and what they can do for your business.

Personal, friendly and professional

"Your dedicated client manager will work with you and offer whatever help you need. It's important to us that you feel like there's free-flowing, open communication," Mark said. "We're not about creating an overly formal, clunky process for our clients - they can come in for a relaxed chat with someone they know well and who understands their business. Everyone has an account manager who is their one point of contact." 

Aston Shaw charges a fixed fee, meaning clients can contact their advisor at any time for no additional cost. "We believe this unlimited contact is essential to deliver a first-class service. They need to feel that they can reach us at any point and know we're there to support them, every step of the way," said Mark. 

Sound advice and support for your business 

"We offer clear, sound advice that will help your business become more profitable," said Mark. "You may not realise that your business isn't working as efficiently as it could be. Our advisors are there to offer support in ways you might not have even realised to make running your business as easy and stress-free as possible."

More than your average accountant 

"The relationships we build with our clients give us the tools we need to offer your business much more than tax returns and other compliance services," said Mark. "By getting to know you and your business we can spot opportunities you could be missing and help you take advantage of them - recently a client who owns a hotel mentioned they were refurbishing, so we helped them submit capital allowance claims, saving them thousands."

Aston Shaw's Business Efficiency service helps businesses find areas where they could be saving money and increasing their profit. After evaluating your business expenditure, they can make recommendations to help you. 

"We've helped our clients save thousands of pounds on essential business costs such as electricity, gas, water and telecommunications - not something you'd expect from your average accountant!" said Mark. "We have an in-house specialist for each of the 13 sectors we work in. Using their accountancy expertise and your business knowledge we can find innovative, proactive solutions to make your business more profitable." 

How to find a trusted business advisor

Aston Shaw offers tailored accountancy and advisory services to local businesses. They have six offices located throughout East Anglia including a branch in Great Yarmouth and Norwich city centre. Drop-in for a coffee and a chat or the team will be happy to come and see you. 

Book a consultation with your dedicated client manager at www.astonshaw.co.uk or call 01603 616300 and discover how they can make your business more efficient. 

Explore Aston Shaw's blog for more information and to hear Mark's top five tips for your small business.

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