Switching Accountants

Switching your accountants is easy

When you decide to move your accounts to Muftals, we will support you every step of the way.

Steps to change accountant:

Step 1 - Notify your existing accountants of your intention to change.

Step 2 – Muftals will send professional clearance letter to your previous accountants and we will ask them for your previous information.

Step 3 – Muftals will set up our system with your previous information and bring it up to date if required and we will arrange meeting with you to go through your tax strategy.

Step 4 – Muftals will send you our letter of engagements and schedule of terms which will details our responsibilities and what services we will be providing. We will also send the form 64-8 which will advise HM Revenue & Cusomts that we will be your tax agents.

Step 5 – we will receive the handover information from your old accountant and start dealing with your affairs.

We will ensure that these steps are completed with the absolute minimum disruption to you and your business.

If you would like to know more, please contact us.


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