TaxAssist Accountants Franchise

Barry McGougan started with TaxAssist Accountants in February 2001

5th September 2013

Barry McGougan talks to us about being the TaxAssist Accountants Franchise Development Manager for Scotland and a Franchisee in Kilmarnock.

Barry McGougan talks to us about being the TaxAssist Accountants Franchise Development Manager for Scotland and Franchisee in Kilmarnock.

I started with TaxAssist Accountants in February 2001 having previously worked for 30 years within the public sector. Although I had no previous accountancy experience this was not a deterrent as the training and ongoing support received from TaxAssist enabled me to learn and grow more confident in all matters relating to Tax & Accountancy and the particular needs of the small business.

TaxAssist Accountants - Barry McGouganMy business soon grew to the stage that after 18 months I realised, bigger and better premises were required and since January 2004 I have been successfully operating from shop front premises, from where my business continues to grow and I employ 3 staff.

Getting to where I am now has not been easy. It has required a lot of hard work and perseverance and most of all it has required the patience and support of my family. The fact that I am still in business and operating successfully is testament to the proven business model provided by TaxAssist and without which I know I would have struggled to achieve what I have.

If you follow the proven business model – yes challenge what it is and help to improve on it – then with hard work and dedication to make the business what you want it to be, it will provide you with the lifestyle you want – proving franchising does work.

Being a Franchisee is not a license to print money, it is however a way of running your own business without the risk factors normally associated with new self-start businesses. It also makes what you achieve more satisfying in that you have done it yourself albeit with the support and guidance of the Franchisor.

My experience has been and continues to be a positive one. TaxAssist through their on-going training and support, truly “walked the talk”

Even today, after 12 years in business, one of the most comforting factors is that with a telephone call or E-mail my questions/concerns can be discussed and solutions achieved.

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TaxAssist Accountants Franchise Case Studies

Claire Woodman runs her TaxAssist Accountants business in Bristol
20th October 2016
Claire Woodman operates her business from a shop in Kingswood, Bristol with her four members of staff.

New TaxAssist Accountants shop opens in Wallington in Surrey
23rd September 2016
Anne-Marie Morais decided it was time to work for herself so she opened TaxAssist Accountants in Wallington.

Renee Mackay runs her TaxAssist Accountants business in Edinburgh
4th April 2016
Renee Mackay had run her own business for nearly ten years before buying into TaxAssist Accountants.

TaxAssist Accountants welcomed Lloyd Evans in 2012
4th April 2016
Lloyd Evans runs his TaxAssist Accountants business in Kingswinsford, Halesowen and Wolverhampton, West Midlands.

Franck Sidon runs his TaxAssist Accountants business in Chiswick, London
4th August 2015
Franck Sidon talks about his TaxAssist Accountants business in Chiswick, London.

In October 2012 Mike Melling purchased Mark Fordham’s TaxAssist Accountants business
22nd January 2015
Mike Melling bought the TaxAssist Accountants business in Harpenden and St Albans and has expanded the territory to include Radlett and...

Cheryl Hopkins runs her TaxAssist Accountants business in Nuneaton
16th January 2015
Cheryl Hopkins joined TaxAssist Accountants in July 2009 and opened her shop in February 2010.

Martin Thomas runs the TaxAssist Accountants shop in Victoria
13th November 2014
After a career spanning 25 years looking after finance in the marketing services industry, Martin Thomas decided it was time to fulfil a...

TaxAssist Accountants Franchise

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Franchise Information

BFA Membership Status
Award Winner
UK Years Established
20 years
Current UK Coverage
50%
Franchisee Support Staff
40
Personal Investment Req.
£15,000 approx
Total Startup Cost
£36,950 approx
Shop-based business location Shop-based business location
Business to business services Business to business services
Franchisee employs and manages staff Franchisee employs and manages staff

Why Choose Us?

Accountancy and Tax training by one of the market leading training providers

What Our Franchisees Say

The support is superb. I have encountered both business and health problems while being a franchisee, but TaxAssist has always helped me overcome these problems

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