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Well, it’s not every day that you meet a tax accountant who has decided to use all their insider skills to help the little guy.

Especially given that, on the whole, sole traders and start-ups don’t tend to be rolling in de dough.

Which is exactly why Anna Heney-Jones of Bookworx Accounting Services has set up her new Tax Clinic. A cheap and cheerful half-hour consultation that recently saw one customer walk away €20,000 richer – thanks to unclaimed tax rebates – Anna is here to help Greystonians help themselves.

Disarmingly straightforward and even a little cheekyeh, aren’t accountants supposed to be dull?! – when we called into the lady’s groovy new offices above the GAA HQ, Anna had the stove hopping and the kettle popping. Bejiggers, we could have spent all day there.

Having dedicated the last four years to helping a lot of small businesses in Greystones and the surrounding areas keep their books in order, and a roof over their heads, Anna is very aware that, when it comes to tax allowances, those rascally Revenue Commissioner wags like to keep their cards close to their chest. Which is where Anna’s Tax Clinic comes in.

You can book a simple half-hour Tax Clinic session that could change your bank account forever through the Bookworx Facebook page, by emailing annahall@live.ie, or by calling 0868585406. The investment here is a mere €50, which is redeemable against your rebate or any further accountancy service with Bookworx. Boom!

In the meantime, we had a little chat with the bould Anna about standing up for the little guy, how reading a payslip can reveal hidden treasures, and how, when it comes to saving money, no question is too silly…

You can find out more about Bookworx Accounting Services right about here, and on Google Maps right here.

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