Ideal Franchise Owner Profile: A background in accountancy is not essential, although you will obviously need to be numerate, enjoy working with figures and be reasonably computer literate. You will also need to be a good communicator and feel comfortable dealing with people.
Cost of Franchise: From £5,750 + VAT
Year Company Established: 1999
Year of First Franchise Owner: 2000
Training Provided: Initial training comprises a fully structured course, with attendance at our head office in Derbyshire, sandwiched between time spent in home study. The detailed syllabus addresses all aspects of the business.
Support Services Provided: Support is always available from our management team or via the support helpline. During training you will receive a complete set of Certax Accounting Manuals, which can be used for guidance once your branch is opened. Later you will have the opportunity to attend Certax Accounting Update courses to keep you abreast of changes affecting the business.
bfa Membership: Full
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accountancy franchise CerTax Accounting has announced that three of its franchisees, Jon Newton ACA (pictured, right), David Nicoll FFA FCIM (pictured, below right) and Geoff Noble CTA (pictured, bottom right with his wife Lianne) have been appointed to its main franchise board. The three franchisees will use their skills and expertise to help other CerTax franchisees.
An accountancy and tax advisory franchise serving the needs of local business communities. With the support of professionally qualified Chartered Certified Accountants, franchise owners can build and operate their own successful accountancy and tax advisory practice.
With 25 years of experience as an accountant, Paul Matthews knew exactly what he was looking for when he invested in the CerTax Accounting franchise. "I've worked for a number of medium to large size companies but I became frustrated with the corporate politics that often occurs between departments of big businesses,"reveals Paul. "I liked the idea of opening a small practice, went for my...
Supported by an active qualified Accountancy Practice, anyone with some financial experience and plenty of ambition can own and operate a successful tax and accountancy advisory franchise, CerTax Accounting Founder Keith Bradshaw tells Rachel Spaul
Looking at franchise opportunities? Thinking about starting your own accountancy practice? Then the brightest option is to talk to CerTax. The accountancy market is a solid investment, with thousands of small businesses and sole traders needing services every year.
As a CerTax Accounting franchisee I can work the hours that suit my family, and I have bought an Audi TT - something I have always wanted. It's a good life and I wouldn't change it. In fact I'd find it very difficult working for someone else.
I wanted a change of pace and so moved from London to Suffolk, where I considered retiring. However, I soon found myself wanting a new challenge. Franchising came to mind and, because my business background lay in finance, I wanted to find something in this industry. Through having a look at what opportunities were out there I found Certax Accounting and liked what they were offering. I...
I had been working in London but was fed-up with the commute everyday. I began looking for franchises where I would be able to utilise my skills and experiences. I narrowed down potential franchises to about three but after speaking to Certax I quickly realised they would be able to provide the flexibility and support I was looking for.
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