I've been in this business now for over forty years. Kay Johnson Gee has helped us a great deal - particularly when we were extending our commercial properties, making sure sufficient funds were always in place. We use them a great deal, not just for the usual audit and accounting services, but also for general business advice and pension and investment matters.
On visiting the offices of Kay Johnson Gee we were so impressed with the way the company worked that we asked them to quote a fee for the preparation of monthly management accounts for group reporting purposes. Shortly after awarding them the work, we had the chance of a management buy-out. Julian Beressi put a package together to raise the necessary funds, including an extensive business plan and cash flow forecast. He also introduced us to some of his banking contacts who agreed to finance the deal.
We don't suffer from the traditional problems of a relationship with an accountant - where you are fearful of the cost – We always know what we are going to pay with Kay Johnson Gee. We have built up a very good working relationship with Kay Johnson Gee with which we are very satisfied.
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