Doug Clanchy is a TaxAssist Accountant who offers clients a personal service. Clients benefit from the core accountancy services plus other additional services which help clients build their business and gain good contacts locally.

TaxAssist Accountants offer: 1) Personal Service - Visiting you in or out of normal working hours, both for meetings and collection of books. 2) Customer Satisfaction - Accounting standards in place to ensure your tax deadlines are always met and you are always happy. 3) Value for money - An agreed fixed price, no hidden charges or surprises and the option to pay monthly. We will provide you with a high quality, fast and reliable service at a competitive price. Contact us today to book a free consultation with us.

Serviced Areas

  • Liss & Waterlooville

Payment Options

  • Cash, Cheque, Invoice, Direct debit

Contact Details

  City Liss
  Postcode GU33 7AW
  Address Liss Business Centre, Station Road
  Phone Number 017 3089 5888

Customer Testimonials

I depend on Doug and his team to keep me informed on all IR/Tax issues and they do that extremely well. I always have a good response and quick turnaround on all of my tax and book keeping matters. I have recommended Doug to several people already.

Doug represents the human side of accountancy. This is somebody who understands our business and wants to help us. ‘Tell us what and tell us when’ is what we ask. All interactions are short, responsive and painless.

I have been with Doug coming up to 4 years. In that time he has always been easily reachable, knowledgeble and made me feel my business is safe in his hands. Additionally and of probable equal importance, he has consistently shown incredible patients which has given me the confidence to ask the occasional silly question without feeling too silly afterwards.

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