TaxAssist Accountants Franchise
£36,950 Minimum Investment
TaxAssist Accountancy Franchise
Second Floor, Bankside 300, Peachman Way
Broadland Business Park
Accountancy & Financial Franchises
According to the Financial Times Legal & accountancy businesses including franchises and their employees generated a staggering £15.5bn ix taxes in 2016 and employed around 690,000 workers. Whilst some accountancy franchises are based from offices and shops many are home based businesses so with the growing demand for these services it is a very attractive sector when considering a career change via franchising.
As with any franchise with financial or accountant franchises you will get full training and support, helping you through any regulations and red tape by experience and qualified professionals. If providing the services into small businesses its easy to see how this could be a growing business as well the businesses you have as clients grow, so does their demand for more services which probably makes this a lower risk proposition than some businesses.
This sort of franchise would suit someone that loves meeting people and has some white collar or managerial experience but the beauty of franchising is it allows people to change career direction easily.