TaxAssist Accountants launches new corporate website

TaxAssist Accountants franchise
TaxAssist Accountants The Accountancy and Tax Service for Small Business

TaxAssist Accountants is the largest network of accountants in the UK dedicated to serving the financial issues of small businesses and self-employed individuals.

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The small-business-serving tax and accountancy company is hoping to inform and impress global investors with the new site.

TaxAssist Accountants now has franchising operations active in the UK, the Republic of Ireland, Australia, Canada and the USA. With more than 430 offices worldwide, and 83,000 clients supported by the bookkeeping and accounting franchise, the need for a corporate website was increasing. 

James Mattam, TaxAssist Accountants’ Group Business Development Director, explained that, “Some time ago we identified a need to showcase all the Group’s activities in the UK and overseas, via both the global franchising model and the various group-owned companies. This need recently came into focus during USA-based activities, where prospects were keen to see our ‘corporate website’.”

The website is directed towards potential TaxAssist investors, sharing the franchising opportunities which are available across the world, including the USA “area representative” programme. James explained:

“We’ve highlighted some key stats around the size of each operation, the kinds of clients we work with, and a series of franchisee case studies to see the people representing the brand right across the world. The TaxAssist Group continues to research and receive interest in new markets for the expansion of the TaxAssist Accountants brand, and the website lists countries which are our primary focus.”

First created over 25 years ago in 1995, TaxAssist Accountants’ operation has grown exponentially since that time. To become a part of the company’s continued trajectory of growth and success, new franchisees will need to make a minimum investment of £39,950. The franchise is looking for franchisees who can demonstrate commercial awareness and business acumen, energy and motivation, communication skills, and the discipline required to follow a proven model of business success.

If you feel that you fit these criteria, and you’re interested in becoming a TaxAssist Accountants franchisee, you can find out everything you need to know about the franchise via its profile page, which is linked above.

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