TaxAssist Accountants ends the year with two new practices

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The bookkeeping and accounting franchise was delighted to announce that it’s ending the year with the dual launch of TaxAssist Accountants Enfield and TaxAssist Accountants Hendon Central.

TaxAssist Accountants has been going from strength to strength lately, and heading into 2022, the bookkeeping and accounting franchise continues to grow at an exponential rate. TaxAssist was delighted to announce that it’s finishing off 2021 with a bang, with two new practices opening in Enfield and Hendon Central respectively. The new franchisees have completed their initial training courses, and they’re very excited to get going. 

Shayo Badejo will be operating Enfield, and has over 15 years of professional experience. She’s a highly skilled finance expert, and was introduced to TaxAssist by a friend. She’s always been keen to start her own business, and said of her investment, “I have always loved the accounting profession, but I realised that my passion is helping people and providing solutions to their accounting needs.”

Plus, Shayo explained, “I am passionate about seeing clients’ businesses succeed. I believe that the TaxAssist model will allow me to offer each client a flexible, friendly and professional service tailored to their unique needs. The TaxAssist virtual training course was excellent, and I consider it the pathway to running a highly successful practice.”

Faheem Rathor will be operating Hendon Central, and has over 20 years experience in senior finance roles. He knew, after building a wealth of knowledge and experience, that now  was the right time to run his own business. He said, “I have a range of skills and business experience which I am now keen to pass on. I decided quite early on that a franchise model would be the best option to take because of the established processes, support and systems, as well as assistance along the way to build a client base.” 

Then, Faheem continued, “TaxAssist stood out as an organisation that would help me to achieve my business goals and I was keen to become part of an expanding and successful franchise with the underpinnings of one big happy family. Although I am just getting started, I’m very excited about the journey and opportunities that lie ahead.” If you would like to become a franchisee like Faheem or Shayo, visit TaxAssist Accountants’ profile page, linked above, to find out more.

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