Vesper Tielke Partners

Flat fees

Many clients seek a high degree of certainty when budgeting for tax advisory fees. That's why we're generally willing to charge a flat-rate fee for regular services, such as bookkeeping, payroll services, and the preparation of annual financial statements and tax returns, once we've had adequate time – usually at least a year – to become familiar with the client's needs. The services provided, the fee, and the payment deadlines are set forth and defined precisely in an engagement agreement.