STEVEN GLICHER IS TOP RATED IN THE UK.

We’re proud to announce that Steven Glicher has been named as a UK Top Rated Accountant!

He has received this commendation thanks to the outstanding reviews written by his clients on VouchedFor.co.uk, the review site for professionals.

What does this mean? Well, aside from being the ringing endorsement that he is among the most respected in the business, Steven Glicher was featured in a guide to the UK’s Top Rated Professionals which was distributed in The Sunday Telegraph newspaper on the 29th of March.

We had a little chat to the man himself who was pretty pleased as you can imagine!

Steven said: “Being a Top Rated accountant means a great deal – there are thousands of accountants in the UK so to be recognised as one of the most well reviewed is a real achievement. What makes it even more special is that I’ve been selected as a result of support from my clients. It means a lot that they’ve gone out of their way to help me to get this award and I’d like to thank them all.”

Choosing a great accountant is vitally important but it can be difficult to know who to trust. Client reviews are a powerful resource when it comes to identifying the right person so we’re delighted that Steven’s reviews are now easy to find on VouchedFor.co.uk.

Steven  Glicher appeared in the guide in The Sunday Telegraph on March 29th. You can also read all his great client reviews on his VouchedFor profile!

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