Milton Keynes-based practice Alexander Rosse is to offer free accounting services to clients who regularly refer the firm to others.
The firm recently moved into new headquarters and took on ten new team members. It is looking to continue its expansion by rewarding clients who recommend the service and help bring in new business.
Companies that refer six new clients a year will no longer have to pay for their accountancy fees from the firm.
“We value our clients’ recommendations and referrals and want to reward their loyalty,” said Alexander Rosse director Rashesh Joshi.
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