Pratik Jani, founder of ByzPulse has been practicing accountancy since 2004 and has worked for various accountancy firms for over 13 years. Through the experience and in-depth knowledge gained over his career, Pratik has helped numerous individuals and businesses with both mainstream and more specialist accountancy issues. He now exclusively focuses on Tax, specialising in Tax Planning, Business Consulting and R&D Tax Credits.
Known by peers and colleagues as ‘the man with million ideas’, and with an extremely solution-focused mind set underpinned by a strong entrepreneurial spirit, this has driven Pratik to create ByzPulse.
What sets us apart?
ByzPulse is built on one simple principle… understanding!
We understand every client comes to us with their individual tax issues and requirements and it is important to identify and address sometimes complex tax problems quickly and efficiently. We also understand it’s important to work WITH our clients to ensure we deliver the best service possible.
ByzPulse approach tax in a fresh and down-to-earth way. We pride ourselves on creative problem solving and working transparently, to help identify tax-saving opportunities that may not have been considered. This approach has helped us not only retain but develop long term relationships with our clients and we’re seen as an extension of our customers’ businesses.
- Give our 100% to every client
- The client comes first – always work in clients’ best interests
- Deliver real value in everything we do
- Offer all available tax-saving options to help clients make the right choices for their business
- Offer a reasonable fee structure
- Ultimately, to help clients maximise on their profits!
- Efficient and flexible
- Honest and transparent
- Proactive service
- Personal approach
- Technical experts
- Clients kept informed and up-to-date
- Deliver exactly what is required
Understanding is a key driver for our business but this doesn’t stop at the balance sheets.
Through regular contributions to a number of UK charities, we choose to give a little something back to the community we are a part of.