HISTORICALLY, veterinary practices have been provided with only fairly basic accountancy services, which could broadly be described as ‘Here are your accounts, this is your tax liability, and here is my bill; see you next year.’ However, the modern approach is to develop the accountant's role into that of a more general business adviser. In this article, Andy Moore discusses how to go about finding an accountant, with a view to maximising added value for the practice.
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