John Robinson, wife Valerie and his brother-in-law David Underwood run the Company from pleasant offices in Mount Street, Harrogate, opposite the Mile Post Tavern. Richard Yeoman is the Senior Accountant and brings a wealth of experience to the team.

John joined TaxAssist Accountants following an illustrious career in Financial Services in Senior Management and David joined after working as a Senior Accounts Manager in the retail industry.

John and David offer a value for money service with a modest fee structure, prompt completion of accounts and tax returns and top quality, friendly service at all times.

"Our fees are agreed with our clients for the year ahead and we offer payment by Direct Debit so there are no nasty year end surprises with fees!"

They are always available for general enquiries, advice or assistance and will call out of hours if needed. They offer a door to door collection of all books etc and home/company meetings to discuss finalised accounts. They schedule meetings with clients at a time that is convenient for them so that they do not have to interupt a busy workday to discuss their business progress.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • ACPA

Serviced Areas

  • Knaresborough

Payment Options

  • Cash, Cheque, Invoice, Direct debit

Contact Details

  City Knaresborough
  Postcode HG5 9AY
  Address Conyngham Hall Business Centre, Bond End
  Phone Number 014 2379 9170
  Fax 01423874892

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