Finding the right accountant that fits the needs of your business, as well as your own personal ambitions, can be a challenge. You need to consider both whether your adviser can meet your needs and deliver value to your business.

Value extends beyond just choosing the cheapest services; you should look for advisers that can do the most for your business. Equally, you shouldn’t end up paying more for an inferior service as unfortunately, high fees do not always mean a better deal.

For many businesses value can be defined in their ability to speak with the accountant, while for others it could be the depth of reporting or the tax-saving advice that an expert can deliver.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was just one firm that could do all of these things and more?

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At Lamont Pridmore, we offer a holistic service and have worked hard to create tax, accounting and business services that deliver tangible value.

We remain proud of the fact, that on average, the services we deliver offer value that is worth three times the fees we charge.

Our firm provides a wide range of services, but at our core, we promise to help business owners:

  • Increase profits 
  • Reduce their tax bill and costs
  • Remain compliant
  • Invest their wealth wisely
  • Pass on wealth or their business to the next generation

From day one, to the day you sell or pass on your business, we will be there providing a consistently high level of service. We won’t just meet for one day a year; we are here to stand by your side to help you make the decisions that count.

If you are suddenly questioning your current choice of accountancy service or feel you are at a stage where you need more, perhaps it is time to find out how we can assist you.

Remember, cost shouldn’t be the only metric you use when considering which accountant is best for you, as so much more goes into determining a service’s true value, including your relationship with your adviser.

So why not get to know us a little better and find out why moving to Lamont Pridmore might be the best decision you could make by calling 0800 234 6978 or emailing

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