TaxAssist Accountants Bristol South provides a wide range of accountancy services including tax returns, annual accounts, payroll and bookkeeping. TaxAssist Accountants in Bristol South are a part of the largest network of accountants who offer a wealth of experience and expertise to over 65,000 small businesses right across the UK. We help a diverse range of small businesses including start-ups, sole traders, limited companies and landlords who operate in many industries.
26 Gilda Parade, Whitchurch, Bristol, BS14 9HY
Phone: 01275 839556
Before setting up his own TaxAssist Accountants practice in 2002 Andy Slocombe had many years experience in the financial world.
Based in offices in Whitchurch, South Bristol, Andy and his team of Ryan, Debbie, Jo and Ed, act for over 300 small business clients.
Andy says "We operate a small business ourselves and therefore we understand the issues facing small businesses and taxpayers nowadays, trying to understand the minefield of Accountancy and Tax"
"Our TaxAssist Accountants practice is ideal for small businesses in the area. With fixed fees, the ability to pay by interest free monthly direct debit payments, a friendly, reliable, non jargon service. Our clients can put all their efforts into running their business, with the assurance that their accountancy needs are being effectively managed”.
TaxAssist Accountants Bristol-South is located on Gilda Parade in Whitchurch, directly opposite The Yeoman Pub and the Tesco Express petrol station. There is free client parking directly outside of our shop or if it's only a fleeting visit there are always car parking spaces in the pub car park opposite. We are proud to be a member of the local business community and this year celebrated 16 years in practice and 6 years in our current Whitchurch shopfront office.
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A first class service for a reasonable fee. Queries are dealt with swiftly and if they don't know the answer they have access to a range of leading experts who invariably do. Can't fault them.
"I have always been extremly happy with the accoutancy service Andy and his team at TaxAssist have provided me over the past 8 years. I would not hesitate to recommend."
Service Category: Accountant
Year first hired: 2004 (hired more than once)
"Andy and his team have been doing our books for several years. The results are always good, and he takes a safe but proactive stance on my tax affairs. Could tick all of the boxes above, but these are the ones that count for an accountant."
Service Category: Accountant
Year first hired: 2007
Top Qualities: Great Results, Expert, On Time
Over the years I have used several different accountancy firms to compile and submit my accounts.
This company is the most efficient and user friendly company that I have encountered in my 40 years in business.
Andy Slocombe has established a team of knowledgeable staff, always available for advice, who deal with my accounts and have done so since Andy formed his practice.
I would highly recommend them, particularly to someone who has virtually no understanding of the complexities of corporate taxation.
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