How to get the most benefit out of your accountant!

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Your accountant gains huge analytical insight when working closely with you and your business. Make sure you get the most benefit out of that insight!

Your accountant can be your greatest asset!

Need to set up a family trust?
Want to retire by 65 and don’t know how?
Don’t want to be the Chief Financial Officer of your business anymore?
Need an impartial Power of Attorney?
Interested in getting investing advice?
You already know someone who can help with all of these things! 

It’s important to get the most out of your accountant.  At Aintree Group, we pride ourselves on being able to help you beyond just your tax needs. Aside from the usual accounting services, we offer Business Health Checks, Business Start-Up and Planning, Retirement Planning, Estate Planning, and Succession Planning and investment advice.

The reason we offer these ‘extra’ services, is because our accountants are equipped to help with your business on a broader scale and have the tools to help you get the most out of your finances. And we encourage you to take full advantage of that!

Accountants gain huge analytical insight when working so closely with you and your business. We know how you are running the show, but we’re also looking in as an impartial third party – giving us the advantage to observe your business holistically.

From this unique perspective, and backed by a wealth of experience and business knowledge, accountants can bring new ideas and solutions to the table that perhaps hadn’t occurred to those closer to the problem.

This can be turned into a valuable opportunity for feedback and growth. We can analyse data and provide sound strategic advice in so many different areas of business start-up, ownership and even beyond in retirement.

Another advantage of using your accountant as a business advisor, particularly in start-up, is we can do lots of the grunt work for you, including:

  • Registrations (including business name, ACN, ABN, TFN).
  • Incorporating business structures.
  • Matching you with the best training options.
  • Advice on, and set up of, accounting packages and popular cloud accounting services such as XERO and QuickBooks.
  • Requirements for workers’ compensation insurance.
  • Payroll and superannuation.
  • Employment contracts.

For us, being an accountant is also being a business advisor.

We can guide you through the business setup and planning process. We will advise you on your options and alternatives and the best way forward. Then we’ll take care of it for you.

Click here for more information on why accountants are great business advisors.