Morton Baxter Associates are pleased to welcome you to our new website which has launched to offer you the opportunity to find out more about our services in a professional and accessible way – a reflection of how we run our business.
Our attractive new site, developed alongside Staffordshire Digital and Brand Marketing Agency Plinkfizz, aims to provide a range of useful information and advice, as well as introduce you to our experienced team and all the latest news within the residential property management sector and at Morton Baxter Associates.
Whether you need advice about service charge accounting or support in preparing your statutory accounts or tax returns, everything you need to know can be found on this site.
You will also be able to find a number of free helpful guides and reports within our Resources section available to save and download, including the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, the TECH 09/14 and the ARMA Consumer Charter and Standards.
Matthew Tindall, service charge accountant at Morton Baxter Associates, said: “Providing a high quality client service is important to our firm, and commissioning a professional and simple to navigate website was integral to that.
“We want to ensure we provide both prospective and current clients with a portal where everything they need to know is in one place, and to make it as simple as possible for them to contact us and discuss their needs.
“We seek to assist our clients so they can concentrate on the operational aspects of their business, as we alleviate the stress of the accountancy compliance side of their company.”
We would love to know what you think about our new site and if there’s anything in particular you would like to see. If you have any ideas for the website news section, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Morton Baxter are specialists in residential management accountancy and can assist you with all aspects of your financial reporting. Our experienced team will ensure your accounts are filed correctly, on time and meet best practice guidelines. Find out more about how we can help by calling 01565 655331.