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Michael
Nyman Libson Paul Chartered Accountants are currently being investigated by the ICAEW, and deservedly so. They have a attitude of failing to submit accounts on time (despite being one of the most expensive accountancy firms) and placing the blame on the very clients they are supposed to care for. I only discovered that my company was about to be prosecuted by HMRC and Companies House because a friend (who worked for another accountancy firm) happened to mention it to me that my firm was being prosecuted. This resulted in my having to telephone and ask companies house to hold off from prosecution (which they did for 7 days only) Then I saw the catalogue of errors caused by this accountancy firm. Guess what: They are now taking me to court for £5,000, which is their fee for such .......service ?

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Michael Kenwright
"Nyman Libson Paul Chartered Accountants are currently being investigated by the ICAEW, and deservedly so. They have a attitude of failing to submit accounts on time (despite being one of the most expensive accountancy firms) and placing the blame on the very clients they are supposed to care for. I only discovered that my company was about to be prosecuted by HMRC and Companies House because a friend (who worked for another accountancy firm) happened to mention it to me that my firm was being prosecuted. This resulted in my having to telephone and ask companies house to hold off from prosecution (which they did for 7 days only) Then I saw the catalogue of errors caused by this accountancy firm. Guess what: They are now taking me to court for £5,000, which is their fee for such .......service ?"
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