Barry McGougan joined TaxAssist Accountants in February 2001. His background prior to joining TaxAssist was in economic development working mainly with small manufacturing businesses. With this background, Barry well understands the problems facing small businesses and the need for them to concentrate on their core activities, knowing their accountancy needs are being effectively managed

Barry says I believe in providing a quality service which my clients recognise as being excellent value for money. I deal directly with all my clients at a time and place convenient for them and not when it suits me. A recent independent customer satisfaction survey produced a 95% satisfaction rating amongst Barry's clients. A rating, the authors of the report commented, was amongst the highest they had reported on.

If your looking for an accountant that will take a personal interest in your business then give Barry & his team a call.

Serviced Areas

  • Kilmarnock, Galston

Payment Options

  • Cash, Cheque, Direct debit, Invoice

Contact Details

  City Kilmarnock
  Postcode KA1 1DZ
  Address 13 St Marnock Street
  Phone Number 015 6389 8280

Customer Testimonials

Having had no previous experience of business accounting formalaties I found myself in a minefield of HMRC paperwork shortly after starting a business.
The staff and Barry at Tax Assist Accountants gave me a wealth of support and much needed assistance to deal with all of my tax and business accounting and have guided me through the past 5 years to build my business year on year.
I couldn’t recommend them highly enough and know thier only a phone call away and only too happy to help should I have a query.

Excellent service and tax saving advice.

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