This included a summary highlighting the announcements that will affect small businesses and the self-employed, and an e-mail newsletter to its clients.
The latter was personalised for franchisees’ individual websites, and produced for print and e-publications, enabling franchisees to share with their clients the changes pertinent to their businesses just hours after the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered his Budget.
During the day, the Support Centre team posted live updates to the @TaxAssistUK Twitter, as well as posts on the national Facebook and LinkedIn accounts.
The following content was added to the website www.taxassist.co.uk for franchisees to share on their social media profiles:
- Budget 2020 – Summary for Small Business
- Individuals urged to be mindful of Budget 2020 measures
- Budget 2020 gives the UK business community a shot in the arm
- Support for employers in Budget 2020
James Mattam, Group Business Development Director at TaxAssist Accountants, said: “As we do every year, the Support Centre team worked hard to ensure we delivered bespoke Budget commentary in a timely and efficient manner for the benefit of both the accountants in our network and their clients.
“We emailed the Budget summary to over 40,000 clients on behalf of franchisees, leaving them free to concentrate on running their practices – one of the many beneficial services we offer to our network of accountants. The franchise network will now follow up with their clients to see how they can advise them further after the many announcements the Chancellor made in his speech.”
If you are interested in finding out more about the benefits of joining TaxAssist Accountants and the services provided by the Support Centre, call 0800 0188297 for a confidential chat.