The Network has generated hundreds of thousands of pounds of business for independent tax advisers who have joined since it was launched in 2007. And our new website, launched in 2016, is designed to be more attractive, more engaging and more likely to generate even higher quality referrals to tax adviser members.
If you want more business from smaller firms of accountants and/or the public you will want to join the Tax Advice Network. You’ll benefit from this highly ranked source of relevant tax enquiries typically used by over 3,000 people every month – even before we launched our new website.
Retain your independence
As a member of the Network you continue to operate your practice exactly as you do now. Visitors to our website may contact you by phone, by email or by searching out your own website online. It’s then up to you to covert the enquiry just as you do whenever anyone gets in touch and regardless of the source. You engage them and bill them directly. We are not involved – nor do we take responsibility for your advice.
Who are you?
You might be an accountant, a tax adviser, a solicitor, a barrister or ex-HMRC.
Most importantly you must have specialist knowledge of one or more areas of tax. The key word here is ‘SPECIALIST’. You need to be someone that general practice accountants would recognise as having more tax expertise than they do on the issue at hand.
UK based tax advisers
Please register your details, without any obligation, by following this link to ‘Join Us‘
You don’t need to be the best in your field but you do need to be good. All our independent UK tax advisers go through a simple vetting process (normally by phone) to ensure that you meet the required standards and satisfy our membership criteria.
Overseas based tax and legal advisers
Please register your details, without any obligation, by following this link to ‘Join Us‘ If your territory isn’t yet on our list, simply ask us and we’ll add it. You will then be the only adviser on our website with expertise in your local tax issues. We reserve the right to allow others to join so that our users have a choice who to contact.