Small business owners can and do benefit from the expert advice their accountants give them. Many are still unaware of the value of this guidance – but the right messaging from accountants can help.
Last week, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report into climate change came with a bleak warning: that “recent changes in the climate are widespread, rapid, and intensifying, and unprecedented in thousands of years”. Ethics and sustainability are undeniably important topics for consumers, businesses and their accountants in 2021 – and if your firm is interested in this, it’s important to show it with content on some key topics that people might be searching for information around.
As SMEs continue to face new and varying pressures in 2021, the services they need are inevitably also changing.
With the demand for technical advice being overtaken by the need for general business expertise, SMEs could start to overlook their accountants.
Read on to find out what our new research report has discovered.
It would be nice to think that with 2020 behind us, we can move on and start to think about new challenges and opportunities this year – but, as we all know, COVID-19 will continue to be the main concern on people’s minds for the foreseeable future.
With more changes to come, and businesses feeling the pressure of lockdown restrictions, accountants continue to be a vital source of information and support.
A set of new business grants have been announced today (5 January) for businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors. Here’s how you can communicate the news to your clients.