Wouldn’t it be good to know your accounting fees upfront, before the work is started?

At Charter Partners, we value our clients trust and confidence and think you deserve to know in advance how much the job will cost and what it entails.

That’s why we’ve introduced our Fixed Price Agreement (FPA).

The Charter Partners FPA is our way of giving you greater control, continuity and certainty in these uncertain times.

More certainty = less anxiety

Before any job begins we’ll let you know precisely how much it will cost. No hidden surprises, no unexpected fees, and no catches.

You’ll enjoy unlimited contact with our team, so you don’t have to hesitate to call on us when you need to because you’re worried the clock will be running. If you have a question, you can simply pick up the phone or send an email.

What business wouldn’t benefit from..

  • Easy and accurate budgeting.
  • Greater efficiency – if it takes us more time, we won’t bill you.
  • More focus and a better outcome.
  • Peace of mind knowing your fees up-front.?

How it works

Instead of waiting until your work is complete and then getting a bill, we establish a clear agreement at the outset that details the services to be provided, the price and the payment terms.

Of course you will need to sign-off on the written proposal. And if you have concerns with any aspect at that time, you’ve got the opportunity to discuss it with us before any work commences.


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What does it include?

A Fixed Price Agreement can be set up for any work with an estimated value of more than $500 and applied to your annual taxation, accounting and compliance work, one-off projects or annual and ongoing fees for any monthly or quarterly work. It includes:

  • Summary of the project.
  • Objectives you want to achieve.
  • Milestones and key metrics.
  • The value you will realise.
  • Timing.
  • Pricing and options.
  • Terms and conditions.
  • Your acceptance.

All services covered will be set out under the “Pricing and Options” section of your agreement.

Charter Partners is not licensed to provide financial product advice.  Taxation is only one of the matters that must be considered when making a decision.  You should consider obtaining advice from a licensed person before making a decision on a final product.