AD-VANTAGE WITH YESTAX: A BRILLIANT NEW PARTNERSHIP!

We are delighted to announce that YesTax is now an official partner of Vantage Fee Protect for the provision of specialist tax services.

We are delighted to announce that Vantage Fee Protection is now an official partner of Yes Tax.

Yes Tax’s  core service is to provide specialist tax services to accountancy practices throughout the UK. YesTax have put together a team of the UK’s leading tax specialists to help business benefit from the best possible tax reliefs and incentives. Their wealth of experience and industry know-how allows them to provide a broad range of services, including R&D Tax Relief, Patent Box Relief, Video Games Tax Relief, Capital Allowances and Accountancy Training & Consultancy.

 As experts in tax incentives and reliefs, YesTax  will act as a trusted tax partner in delivering technical advice to Vantage affiliated accountants throughout the UK.

 We are really excited at the benefits this partnership will bring to our business and our accountancy clients looking for support in this highly technical area of taxation. We are looking forward to a fruitful partnership!

Vantage Fee Protect

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