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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Bloggs View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisiblehand View Post
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    Professional forum.

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    Everyone's great until they get big and go a bit Nixon Williams

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    The service has plummeted recently. No replies to emails or call backs.

    For what they charge, the service is very poor.

    Think I will be leaving them also in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uk-newbie View Post
    Been with them for over 4 years now but really not seeing any value for what i'm paying and the last 3 weeks of trying to get something done through them has been beyond a joke.

    Has anyone left them recently ?

    Was it a smooth process?

    Any issues / penalties for leaving ?

    Thanks in advance
    Should be a straight forward process. As standard I believe you have to give them a month's notice (and pay one more months fee) then give authority to your new accountant to write to them for handover. In the interim, they'll agree with you and your accountant what they'll take care of in the last month and hand over the information requested. All very seamless and straightforward. They're very professional and not obstructive. Should be basically the same process for most accountants.

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    Likely to me more difficult if you use their own software as opposed to Freeagent. Still, not insurmountable.
    Invisiblehand ,seems you have posting 'libellious messages' about Phil Manley?
    why don't you respond ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick@Intouch View Post
    Hi uk-newbie,

    I'm sorry that you've had some issues with service and would love to discuss these with you to see if we can find a resolution.

    Please feel free to contact me directly to arrange a call to discuss this.

    I have sent you a PM with the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectStorm View Post
    Everyone's great until they get big and go a bit Nixon Williams
    Whats that cockney rhyming slang for???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica@WhiteFieldTax View Post
    Whats that cockney rhyming slang for???
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