I have a client who sells franchises for sports coaching. His income is in 2 forms. A lump sum to allow coach to use the name and to provide info and equipment to start them off. Then a % of th
Practice franchisors TaxAssist Accountants said they are building “real momentum” with their international expansion plans.
Fairly recent client took on a well known franchise in a virgin territory and in the first year made a very substantial loss. I was shocked when I saw the numbers.
While it's a business model that has been around for a long time, accountants appear to be somewhat wary of franchising.
We all face difficult decisions at different stages of our lives. By difficult decision I mean a decision that will have a far reaching effect in years to come.
High street accountancy franchise network TaxAssist completed its first million-pound office resale last year and has since seen "rapid growth" in the practice.
I wonder if anyone can let me know if I will be treating a refund of a franchise after 1 year, correctly in the accounts - as not done one before?
Hi, I have decided to take up an accounting franchise. I know several discussions have happened in the past in this forum on whether it is good or bad.
Wondering if anyone could help me with the below.
I come from an industry background and am in the process of setting up my own practice.