I’m looking for an accountant. What makes a good one?

Firstly, if you’re looking for an accountant, it’s really important to consider your individual or business needs, your goals and objectives and what you want to achieve. When you’re clear on what you want, you’ll be in a great position to start looking for the right accountant to meet your needs. After all, the only way an advisor can help you achieve your goals is by knowing what they are from the outset!

When it comes to finding a good accountant, one size doesn’t fit all. What’s right for one, may not be a good fit for someone else. But, there are a few essential traits that we feel make a great accountant.

From technical skills, to personal qualities and professional ethics, it takes a combination of attributes to make a good accountant. Attention to detail is critical, as are strong communication skills and of course professional integrity. You need to be able to have full trust in your accountant. Looking for a tech savvy accountant is also key, as they will be in a position to offer and adapt quickly to the latest software and technology that will benefit you as a client.

At Dux Advisory, we’re dedicated to providing first class guidance and support to our clients and this is made possible by our commitment to a core set of values that incorporate caring for our clients, striving to create lasting relationships, ensuring our standards are high and working proactively. Our ongoing training and development means we stay up to date with the latest regulations, rules and trends and are able to bring fresh ideas to the table.

We value our team and invest in our people and this allows us to deliver the best possible service to our clients.

If you think we might be a good fit for you as an individual or for your business then get in touch today.

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