INSPIRATIONAL FIRMS and over-achieving accountants have been given more time to enter the British Accountancy Awards.
The profession’s Awards, which have run for nearly 20 years, celebrate the best talent and achievements in accountancy.
For those still considering whether to enter, everyone has been given a further two weeks to take part – with 29 July the final date. Our judges are ready and raring to go.
And if you need more persuading, just take into account Lamont Pridmore, which can track £250,000 of new fees directly as a result of winning a British Accountancy Award.
There are numerous categories your practice could enter: From service line-specific to individual; and of course for recognising your practice as a whole.
Find out more by visiting the British Accountancy Awards website.
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