I opened up my accountancy practice in Grange Village in February of this year. Prior to this, my practice was based out of Manorhamilton Co. Leitrim.
In addition to the Sole Traders, Limited Companies and Farmers etc making up my client base, I offer a tax refund service to PAYE employees.
I would very much welcome the opportunity to present an offer to your employees at your place of
Business. I propose to have a 15 minute power point presentation, at a time convenient to you and one which would be of least disruption to your operations. With cloud security as a service one can make sure their info is safe and secure from hackers.
The presentation will focus on the “Tax Refund” area of my business. I would be proposing a “No Rebate – No Fee” agreement to your employees. With my experience in the area, I have noted that many people are reluctant to apply for tax refunds or employ an accountant to do so. They often expect the fees to be high with the possibility of no gain…! My offer provides the security of no incurred fees if a rebate is not available to them; in essence, they have nothing to lose and the possibility of a rebate to gain.
For those that are secured a rebate, a percentage fee will be charged on the rebate total.
Should your employees express an interest in this service, I would arrange to meet with them outside of working hours at my office in Grange.
Perhaps you will consider my proposal and I look forward to hearing from you in due course if you think it feasible.
Thanks in advance for your consideration,
McDowell & Co Accountants
mistyped email address in previous comment, sorry. Have included query again.
I would like to ask for advice, or clarification rather, please. If i take out a mortgage on a property (property A) , which has rental income, and use the mortgage to part fund the purchase of another property, in the U K ( Property B) which also has rental income, can I claim interest relief on the mortgage against rental income from property A instead of property B?
I would appreciate your opinion.