How We Supported
The Irish Advocacy Network

How We Supported <br> The Irish Advocacy Network

CLIENT'S CHALLENGE

As a not-for-profit organisation The Irish Advocacy Network (IAN) is completely reliant on funding from various bodies - primarily from the HSE. After a legacy of accounting shortcomings with other firms they were desperately in need of a financial accounting structure that would allow them to produce monthly accounts and provide clarity and accuracy.

Our Soulution

OUR SOLUTION

The first thing Guardian did was to immediately install a state-of-the-art accounting package, as well as provide the organisation with a dedicated bookkeeper. Now IAN receives its accounts within 10 working days of each month end, and whenever the HSE asks to review their accounts they’re now always right up-to-date.

What We Value Makes Us Valuable To Our Clients

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    Our costings are flexible

    Every solution is different. So too is every budget. But before you think our financial expertise might be beyond yours, let's talk.

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    We do out of the box thinking

    We don’t believe one size fits all. We tailor our input based on the scale of your organisation, its growth and your requirements.

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    We hit the ground running

    We quickly gain an understanding of your business and requirements so you quickly benefit from immediate solutions to your problems.

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