Chartered Accountant based in Kent.
After leaving practice very soon after qualifying, swearing never to return, in 2011 I did exactly that.
Now a sole practitioner and loving it, business growing rapidly and looking forward to the future as my own boss.
No, you are the special one...
"...and any adhoc advise on different matters..."
You may as well pull your pants down and bend over. You're leaving yourself wide open to office visits, phone calls and emails every day.
£2.6k minimum for each, extra if the bookkeeping is rubbish.
Extra for vat registration and directors tax returns.
At least £2k for each one - that's without knowing any detail.
Aimed at me by any chance ??? :o)
OP did ask for other options - so I gave him a Premier League alternative rather than Championship.
Or City instead of Utd.
Quickbooks v Clearbooks
I know the score, I've seen it already.
Both sides score a big fat XERO!!!
I'm [***] at fishing...
...maybe I need to start...
That's great if your target market is online in a work capacity.
There literally thousands of owners of service based companies with employees who do not spend time online.
There has to be face to face marketing and building of a referral network.
I find Linkedin very different now to what it was 5 years ago but it is still important to have a profile that backs up what you're like in real life.
How has that been justified?
'Serviced based business with employees' - that narrows it down a bit then...
Speak to your existing ideal clients and tell them in a non salesy way that it would be great if they knew any other businesses that would benefit from meeting with you.
They are likely to refer similar businesses.
Where did you find your ideal clients in the first place? Do that/go there again.
Where do your ideal clients 'hang out' - golf course, sports club, pub on the corner? Find out and go there.
Do some structured networking and be specific about what you're looking for.