Solo practitioners represent a unique feature of the accountancy profession in the United Kingdom. From the earliest days of practice, one-man firms have served local clients with purpose, dedication and originality.

Their clients often have little knowledge of finance, scant appreciation of reporting requirements, and rely heavily on their accountant to be a general financial and fiscal factotum.

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