TaxAssist Accountants franchiseThe 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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About TaxAssist Accountants
Stay local, work local, support local
Take control of your future by running
your own TaxAssist Accountants practice
Help your local economy thrive and take a central role in shaping your small business community. Offering much more than just accountancy services, you’ll become an invaluable trusted advisor to small business owners – and have a real impact on their lives and livelihoods.
At the same time as improving their lives, improve yours too by waving goodbye to long commutes, late nights and work life dominating personal life.
WITH TAXASSIST ACCOUNTANTS YOU WILL BE
IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF, NOT BY YOURSELF
Starting your own business with TaxAssist Accountants means you will have a proven business model to follow. Everything is mapped out for you, including all you need to set up your new business, a comprehensive six-week initial course, and ongoing training and support for both you and your team of accountants and advisors.
ADAPTING TO CHANGE IN 2020
In the most turbulent times the UK economy has seen for decades, TaxAssist franchisees have increased their stature in their local business communities thanks to unsurpassed levels of support and communication.
When coronavirus brought small business grinding to a halt, our Support Centre team worked tirelessly to ensure franchisees continually had correct and up-to-date information to meet their clients’ requests for help.
A UNIQUE FRANCHISING RELATIONSHIP
Our ownership structure is unique within franchising. The business is part-owned by franchisees (c.40%) and new franchisees have the opportunity to not only join a successful franchise network, but also to buy a stake in the business via shares if they choose.
Through a formal shareholder voting system, this ownership structure allows franchisees to have their say on major strategic decisions affecting the Group.
SUPPORTING YOU & YOUR BUSINESS
ON YOUR JOURNEY WITH TAXASSIST ACCOUNTANTS
Your business will have the marketing power of a global brand. Our proven lead generation service delivers the right prospects to grow your fee bank, while your own responsive website and Google Ads campaigns increase your visibility locally.
Our Training Academy keeps you and your staff ahead of the curve. Bespoke training and technical support is delivered when you and your team need it to help ensure your business remains the local market leader, operating to the highest professional standards.
Do you have:
- Drive and determination
- Commercial acumen
- Discipline to follow the model
- At least £40K to invest to start your new business
Over 225 accountancy practices in the UK,
with another 175+ territories available
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