Saturday July 4, 2020

Franchising: Hitting the heights in the world of accounting

Having launched in 2009, TaxAssist Accountants has quickly grown to become Ireland's largest network of accountants, writes Margaret O'Brien.

22nd September, 2012
Greg Murphy, managing director of TaxAssist Accountants; Alison McGinley, marketing director; and Kevin Kelly, franchisee for Adare and Dun Laoghaire.

Having launched in 2009, TaxAssist Accountants has quickly grown to become Ireland's largest network of accountants. TaxAssist provides a range of accountancy and tax advice services specifically targeted at the small businesses sector.

TaxAssist has stepped away from tradition with highly-visible and welcoming shop fronts in blue and yellow. Customers can simply drop in for a free consultation.

"We now have 20 branches nationwide and new shops in Dundrum, Swords, Navan and Roscommon will be opening...

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