This included a summary highlighting the announcements that will affect businesses and the self-employed, and an e-mail newsletter to its clients.
The latter was personalised for franchisees’ individual websites enabling them to share with their clients the changes pertinent to their businesses just hours after the Budget was delivered.
The centralised mailing system meant franchisees were able to benefit from the TaxAssist Support Centre team sharing the Budget Summary and Highlights to franchisees’ Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Business Pages and personal profiles on their behalf.
Over the next few days, the team will be posting the following Budget-related stories, across franchisees’ social media profiles and pages:
- Small Business tax breaks: Digital and skills boost in Budget 2022
- Apprentices: incentive scheme overhauled in Budget 2022
- Tax cuts and payments in Budget 2022
Mandy Sigaloff, Managing Director, said: “Every year, the Support Centre team pull out all the stops to ensure we deliver bespoke Budget commentary in a timely and efficient manner for the benefit of both the accountants in our network and their clients.
“We emailed the Budget summary to clients on behalf of franchisees using our centralised mailing system, leaving them free to concentrate on running their practices – one of the many beneficial services we offer to our network of accountants.”
With franchisees in Western Australia, Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales, TaxAssist is looking to grow its network further.
Regular virtual Discovery Sessions are available to attend, where you can find out more about the technical, marketing and business development support on offer to help you to build a substantial practice.
Anyone interested in finding out more should contact Managing Director Mandy Sigaloff on 1300 513334 or via the enquiry form.