It seems that TaxAssist Accountants has found the secret ingredient to success as more franchisees”are taking a second helping of its concept.
The 25th TaxAssist franchisee to take on a second outlet is Alex Smith who joined the franchise family”in 2006 at the age of 30 when he decided to move from Guildford down to Devon to get a fresh start in life and in business. Nine years and two children later, Smith has no plans to look back and has”now decided to take a second dose of TaxAssist’s offering.
“It was a big decision to leave a good job with a steady income to join a franchise and start from”scratch in a totally new area but I can honestly say TaxAssist have provided me with everything I”needed,” Smith said. “I am happy to report I have taken on over 300 clients operating from my first shop, and I am looking to repeat this success in my second shop.”
In a previous life, Smith worked as an ACA-qualified accountant in industry and also as an auditor at”a Big Four practice. He soon decided to make use of his accountancy skills, along with a trusted”franchise model from TaxAssist, to set up shop on his own and be his own boss.
Smith’s initial success got him hankering for a second slice of franchise action with TaxAssist and, along with the other 24 like-minded franchisees who have now operate from two or more shop fronts, increasing numbers of new TaxAssist Accountants are cropping up on our high streets.
Perhaps running just the one shop wasn’t taxing enough for Smith and his fellow franchisees.”