TaxAssist Accountants offer:

1) Personal Service - Visiting clients at home or business in or out of normal working hours, both for initial meetings and collection of books etc.

2) Customer Satisfaction - Business standards in place to ensure deadlines always met and clients always happy.

3) Value for money - An agreed fixed price, no hidden charges or surprises and the option to pay monthly with no interest charges.

In summary, providing a high quality, fast reliable service at a competitive price.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • ACMA

Serviced Areas

  • Walsall, Mere Green, Stonnal, Four Oaks, Aldridge

Payment Options

  • Cash, Cheque, Direct debit, Invoice

Contact Details

  Website
  City Walsall
  Postcode WS9 8AA
  Address 16 Leighswood Road
  Phone Number 019 2274 4955

Customer Testimonials

Helped the conversion from partnership to limited with minimal stress and hassle! Excellent service and advice and produced savings for the bottom line, so would definitely recommend. A good business partner to have as we are now able to concentrate on other business areas with accounts being handled professionally and to a high standard for us (and as an ex-auditor of 20 years I do recognise/appreciate this).


Baksho is wonderful, I would highly recommend her to anyone. She managed to knock a vast amount off our tax bill and has been vital in helping us to set up our company. She always goes the extra mile and always with a smile on her face.

Social Activity

Cheques to clear within one working day from October 2017 - thanks to advances in digital imaging technology https://t.co/ihtiVMXV6M
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IPSE calls for UK government to provide a statutory definition of self employment in 2017 https://t.co/zQfnuzaglq
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New IR35 rules for public sector contractors come into force from 6 April https://t.co/KJOa5imDZC
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Economic Affairs Committee calls for Making Tax Digital delay until 2020 https://t.co/i5YS8W0jfr
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Chancellor Philip Hammond makes U-turn on National Insurance rise for self-employed https://t.co/QZPnBDsKoM
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