Payroll Case Study


t their previous accountants Company A felt that there was very little in the way of interest in my business. The accounts were completed, my tax return was submitted and I was presented with an invoice. That may be fine for many people, but for Company, they were looking for something more; people they could trust and think had an enthusiasm to help them grow the business. The company didn’t feel like being a number in the previous firm that dealt with me so took the decision to look for an accountancy firm which would be more people orientated and driven by wanting their clients to succeed. A friend of Company A recommended Steedman & Company and told them that they that they were not only up to date with tax saving advice but also very approachable and easy to deal with. Since joining them, Company A now have a firm who take an active interest in all elements of their business. Their fees are very reasonable and the advice is first class.

I switched to Steedman & Company two years into running my own business as I was suffering from some common new business issues, e.g. credit control, and I liked their no-nonsense approach to tackling problems. They’ve been vital in turning my business into a success and are always one step ahead of me.

Stephen Mathieson Edinburgh

Payroll Case Study Steedman Consultants Edinburgh