I hear this comment quite regularly, and usually comes down to a couple of reasons:
- Accountant and client haven’t clicked personality wise
- Client is ignoring the advice given
Finding a good accountant is imperative when investing in property. Being a tight wad and choosing the cheapest is not a good option at all.
Find someone who you can get on with, that knows their stuff, is passionate about property and who’s charges are fair.
If the cost is the issue to you, either change your attitude or change accountants.
Because accountants spend most of their time looking backwards in time, you have to engage with them to help you future-proof your business.
Take the lead and you will get good results.