The TaxAssist Portfolio of services
Alongside our core tax, accountancy and advisory services, franchisees have access to multiple in-house additional service lines opening the market up even further for the franchise network.
These can be introduced to clients and then referred on to dedicated teams of specialists at the TaxAssist support office to undertake the service delivery – helping to create multiple revenue streams, increase profit margins and efficiency and win new business for franchisees.
TaxAssist Financial Services provides mortgage and protection insurance and advice on investment and pensions to clients through our network of franchisees. We also have plans for regionally based IFAs to operate from franchisees’ local shops and offices.
While most tax planning needs can be supported by our network, TaxAssist Tax Consulting enables franchisees to offer additional specialist tax services to their clients to earn more fees and retain and attract new business.
TaxAssist Payroll Services works alongside our network of accountants to deliver end-to-end payroll services for their clients. This provides enhanced functionality for franchisees, their clients, and their employees and because it is priced at a level significantly below the typical market rate, it's also helping franchisees to achieve better profit margins and win new business.
The TaxAssist portfolio offers enormous potential for growth and creates huge value to franchisees. There are more services in the pipeline which will further enhance the brand, position us as the one-stop-shop for clients and put TaxAssist several steps ahead of the competition.
Accreditations and ethics
With extensive coverage across the UK, the TaxAssist Group also has franchisees in Ireland, Australia and Canada and licensees in the US (under the TaxAssist Advisors brand).
The Group abides by the ethics of the British Franchise Association (bfa) and works closely with all relevant accountancy and tax professional bodies and institutions.
The Group abides by the laws and ethics of the Irish Franchise Association, the Franchise Council of Australia (FCA), the International Franchise Association (IFA) and the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA).