Accountants are seen as the number 1 trusted advisor for any one person or business. We are looked and relied upon first when key decisions need to be made with the aid of professional guidance. Steven Wong Accountants is based on the important principle of ensuring that clients receive tailored solutions that align with their goals and set targets.
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
Steven Wong Accountants was founded fill in the gap of what accountants are seen to lack in. Some of these abilities include keeping up with times of growing technology advances that cause shifts in different economic sectors. Business owners are now not just relying on accountants to crunch their numbers but also to assist them in making sound and effective financial decisions in order to grow their venture.
We can no longer be seen professionals who only prepare financial reports and send the clients off on their way to analyse the reports themselves. That is not what we’re paid to do yet most accountants offer just that. Forget the at arm’s length approach, Steven Wong Accountants is here to hug your business in its entirety in order to ensure that we are giving to you more than what you asked for. An accountant is a business partner and in many occasions, a friend. We step out of our shoes in order to fit into yours and help your business, family and friends.
This week’s edition is to reassure our goals are always aligned with your best interest.
It is important for any business to realise that the success of their venture cannot be gained without the assistance of others. One of Aristotle’s great quotes was “The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts”. Independent people work together in order succeed. We understand this deeply and use it every day when we work alongside our clients to grow.
In the 21st century, accountants need to be more proactive with clients. This means establishing greater relationships and ensuring that trust is always upheld.
This is why our slogan is and forever will always be ‘accounting for growth’
Steven Wong Accountants
Accounting for Growth