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Increase in customers for accountancy firm

Increase in customers for accountancy firm
A quarter increase in new customers for Brookson
WARRINGTON-based accountancy and support services company, Brookson, has seen a year on year increase of 24% in new customers, who are self employed professionals.
The statistics are evidence of an increase in UK workers choosing freelancing to experience greater flexibility, more variety of work and higher rates of pay.
Brookson, which provides accountancy, tax and administrative support for self employed professionals such as freelancers and contractors, has seen particularly strong interest for its limited company service.  Levels of enquiries for this service increased by 48 per cent compared to the previous year.
The increase has been especially prevalent among sectors including oil and gas, IT, engineering, healthcare, creative and media.
Martin Hesketh, managing director of Brookson, said:
These figures are evidence of the company securing new business from existing freelancers and contractors and from those choosing to become a freelancer for the first time.
By listening to our customers, weve been able to fine tune our offer accordingly and provide a service which gives them robust information on their finances.  Our proactivity ensures they also comply with tax legislation and make the most of their earnings.
This approach has enabled us to secure new customers and sets us apart from other accountancy firms.
Brookson has also seen an increase of 59% for self-employed professionals working on an umbrella basis.


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