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Chartered accountants

There is a big difference between an "accountant" and a "chartered accountant". 

Technically, and rather amazingly, anyone can call themselves an accountant regardless of what licensing or education they have. A "chartered" accountant however must be a current member of  the Institute of Chartered Accountants of either England & Wales, or Scotland, or Ireland. These organisations will only allow membership after a series of examinations have been passed and after the applicant has achieved the required amount of working experience to meet the criteria for membership.

Essentially, when you choose a chartered accountant, you have the reassurance that you will be working with an accountant with a high baseline of experience and certification, and who will be able to help you determine the best course of action whatever your financial situation and needs. So, choose a chartered accountant like Frost & Company, for the assurance that your financial matters will be handled correctly and competently. 

It's important to choose a qualified chartered accountant if you want to be sure of the quality of the advice you receive. I am proud to vouch 500% for Stephen Frost's knowledge and professionalism

Frost & Company, Suite A, Paceycombe House, Paceycombe Way, Poundbury, Dorchester, DT1 3WB
Phone: 01202 840225
Fax: 01202 840202
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