The accountancy market is typically dominated by the Big Four global accountancy firms - Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), Deloitte & Touche, KPMG and Ernst & Young. Beyond the Big Four there are many mid-tier accountancy firms, among which there are some substantial practices. Small accountancy practices are numerous and this sub-sector comprises mainly of small partnerships and sole traders.
TaxAssist continues to build on its remarkable success year on year. The second half of 2015 saw an acceleration in business performance with double-digit growth in its main KPIs. Karl Sandall CEO of The TaxAssist Group said "We finished the year with 58,000 small business clients in the UK, a network fee bank of over £38m [both up 11%] and we have recruited a master franchisee for Eastern Australia. It has been a very successful and interesting year.”
TaxAssist Accountants is an established brand known for breaking with tradition, challenging the market and daring to be different in an industry that has not experienced this before.
We've achieved success through acknowledging and harnessing the power of the internet, creating unique and powerful business to business relationships and launching bricks and mortar high street presences right across the UK. We embrace marketing and when the competition cut back or stopped their activities, we increased our spend in promoting the network.
TaxAssist Accountants are currently 21st in the latest Accountancy Age Top 50 Firms survey. TaxAssist Accountants entered the Top 50 back in 2010 as the UK's 34th largest firm.