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Accountants Provide Christmas Spirit


Accountants Provide Christmas Spirit

Andersen Accountants, an Auckland based firm of professional accountants, today announced its supporting charity Christmas initiative. Spokesperson, Kristina Andersen says that, “The firm wants to do its bit to help charities and those less fortunate.” She adds, “For a limited time the firm is discounting its already great rates by 10%. The saving will be paid to a charity of the client’s choice.”

Andersen Accountants sees its Christmas offering as a way for clients to help themselves and some great charities at the same time.

Andersen Accountants specialises in sole traders, rental property, self employed contractors and small-medium sized businesses. Get in the Christmas spirit and help a worthwhile charity and yourself at the same time.

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