TaxAssist Accountants (Halifax) was established in 2005 and has over 250 clients. We specialise in serving the small business community and can offer the answer to any of your businesses accountancy, taxation, VAT and payroll needs.

We have highly experienced and qualified team of accountants that can help to save you money and save you tax!

We offer a friendly, flexible and approachable service and can offer a free initial consultation for new and existing businesses, fixed fees and monthly interest free direct debit payments.

So don't delay, the sooner you contact us the sooner we can start to help you to save tax!

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Free Initial Consultation for new and existing businesses, fixed fees, monthly payments

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Association of Accounting Technicians

Serviced Areas

  • Halifax, Sowerby Bridge, Hebden Bridge

Payment Options

  • Credit and Debit Cards, Cheques, Cash, Direct debit

Contact Details

  Website
  City Halifax
  Postcode HX1 1HX
  Address 20 Cow Green
  Phone Number 014 2232 9941
  Fax 01422363661

  • I would recommend this business

I have been in business for over 25 years and I have used several accounting firms including large well-known firms.
Without any shadow of doubt, I rank TaxAssist Halifax right on top of the list for several reasons.
Firstly we have to realize what the primary role of your accountants is because you will pay your hard-earned money to them. It’s no different to your own business in that you charge a client to provide a service in order to mutually benefit. The benefits of a good accounting firm must be firstly to satisfy the HMRC that your books are in good order. Even if queries do arise, can your accountant deal with these quickly and efficiently? Secondly, does your accountant actually save you money in tax whilst at the same time being ethical? Thirdly, every business has its own particular requirements so your accountant must understand what these are. In all of the above parameters, I would recommend TaxAssist Halifax to any business owner no matter what field or size. Their fees are reasonable and they are always up front with charges which unfortunately I have not found to be the case with other firms. Whenever I have had to raise a question regarding my finances, I receive a reply expediently and I always feel that I am well looked after. They not only go the extra mile but the extra 10 miles. I will always found them to be efficient, professional and courteous.

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  • I would recommend this business

I have been with Tax Assist in Halifax for the past six years and I have experienced top notch service, always. Brilliant professional client relationship and service. Always goes the extra mile whenever I need something, Kavan is an absolute gem! Thank you! Highly, highly recommended - and they were initially recommended to me too.

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Customer Testimonials

Fast efficient service. Good understanding of my needs and most importantly clear explanations on what they would be doing for me, what they needed from me and finally, delivering exactly what I wanted for less than I was expecting.


The whole team are helpful and knowledgeable and nothing is too much trouble. Expert guidance every step of the way and I would recommend them whole heartedly.

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