Vantage Fee Protect will be exhibiting at Accountex 2017

Accountex – Stand No. 570

We are getting prepared for Accountex 2017 which is only weeks away and wanted to let you know that we will be on Stand No. 570.

We hope that if you are attending that you will come and say hello.  Paul Rigney and Paul Clegg, who are manning the stand, will be armed with a few useful gifts and of course there is the opportunity to enter a prize draw to win a case of fine wine!

There have been some exciting new developments at Vantage Fee Protect recently and we would appreciate the opportunity of bringing these to your attention and, if they are of interest,  how we can offer you assistance going forward.

In particular, we would like to introduce you to:

  • Our recent inclusion of 12-hours free CPD Tolley Webinars
  • The simple transparent approach we adopt to providing Tax Fee Protection Insurance
  • How we provide a unique web based innovative solution for managing your scheme.

So don’t forget, pop by Stand 570 and say ‘hello’. Visit here to view a floorplan (dropdown under visiting) for Accountex 2017

We look forward to seeing you and hope you have a great Accountex 2017

If we can be of any help, please contact us.

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