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Franchising: Tax firm is growing in stature

Innovation is at the heart of TaxAssist Accountants' continued success, writes Margaret O'Brien.

24th March, 2013
Roddy Comyn, TaxAssist franchisee, with Greg Murphy, managing director of TaxAssist, and Alison McGinley, marketing director, TaxAssist.

Launched in 2009, TaxAssist Accountants has quickly grown to a network of 23 franchised offices around the country and recently earned its place in Ireland's Top 20 accountancy practices.

"We've been working hard over the last three years to offer something new to the market and breaking into the Top 20 ranks like this proves the strength of our business model. We've achieved our numbers through working with thousands of small businesses. Our model won't change, but we...

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