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Topic # 217730 10-Jul-2017 13:53
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Hi. 

 

We are considering the CONSIDERABLE savings to be made by a few of the "fixed fee annual" accounting firms around after having a go at a few of the more expensive options in the past 20 years. 

 

Our requirements are very simple, mostly around year-end processing, and they are 1/3 or less the price we have been paying up until now. 

 

Does anyone have any experience with these firms they can share?

 

 


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  Reply # 1819059 10-Jul-2017 19:03
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Not exactly.

We approached our 'normal' accountants and negotiated an annual fixed fee which we pay monthly at no additional cost.





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  Reply # 1819290 11-Jul-2017 06:06
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A couple of years back I moved my small business from a traditional accountant to beany.com, with a fixed fee. Best thing I ever did! They are based all over NZ (virtual company), so no office to go into. For me, that's a bonus....
My accounts are now way cheaper, I know exactly what the cost is going to be and they are considerably more responsive than my previous accountant. I say make the move, sooner rather than later - well, to Beany.com anyway...



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  Reply # 1976823 14-Mar-2018 23:03
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Back looking at this. Has anyone else switched in the meantime and have any comments about any other than beany.com?


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  Reply # 1976845 15-Mar-2018 00:11
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networkn:

 

Back looking at this. Has anyone else switched in the meantime and have any comments about any other than beany.com?

 

 

I met the women who started it a few years back, Sue who seemed quite energetic. They have some interest in doing basic tech to help themselves also I believe. Haven't been following too much lately.






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