Who is A.D. Smith?
Larger firms of accountants are very good for big jobs where often a team approach is needed. However, sometimes with the larger companies you will end up being delegated to more junior members of staff. It’s not like that at A.D. Smith. If you want to be dealt with by the person doing your accounts, by the person in charge, then you need to talk to me.
Hello, my name is Alan David Smith, and I’m a Chartered Certified Accountant.
(Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Registered as an auditor in the United Kingdom by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.)
I first started in accountancy in 1974, developing experience over the years in accounts preparation, taxation and auditing. I became a Chartered Certified Accountant in 1993 and obtained a practising and audit certificate in 2003.
I will offer you a no obligation quote for my services today!
Contact me now on 01482-650405 for more information.
A.D. Smith has a flexibility in working time and location not often found elsewhere. I can work on your job or project and then report back to you, or if you want me to I can work at your business premises or home. I can assist you as a smaller business (soletrader, partnership or small limited company) with a personal one to one relationship. I can prepare your accounts and tax returns completely or assist you to do this yourself.
I have links with other accountants and, being a Chartered Certified Accountant, am able to access technical advice on complex matters.
I am able to help individuals, including those who are retired with their tax returns. There are extra tax allowances available which sometimes can be forgotten about by retired people, or people who are working past retirement age.
If you are small or just starting please contact me for friendly one to one advice. I will be more than happy to have a free initial meeting with you, prior to any fomalisation of our relationship. Upon request I will also supply you with a list of my fixed fee charges.These charges cover most situations, but in some instances there may be a need to apply an hourly rate, for instance if I am providing book-keeping services.