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Firm freezes fees to help clients

Firm in County Durham makes bold move to help its cash-strapped clients

A firm in County Durham has decided to freeze its charge out rates to help
its clients get through the downturn.

K Sharkey & Co Accountants, from Stanley in County Durham, said its
clients were facing difficulties and had decided to make the move as a result,
the
Northern Echo reported.

Director Ken Sharkey said: ‘Most firms are putting fees up to help get
through the difficult times ahead, but we have decided to freeze our fees so our
clients don’t suffer.’

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