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Tax Services

Kreston Global has a significant tax network encompassing some 5,000 tax advisors in 120 countries worldwide. Our taxation expertise is managed on a collaborative basis by our Global Tax Group, led by Mark Taylor, of UK firm Kreston Duncan & Toplis. Mark has extensive experience in international corporate tax and leads our global team of business tax accountants covering all world regions. 

The group integrates our tax services, working with our member firms in each country to help clients manage their commercial challenges and grow their businesses’.

Our international tax consultants know their country’s regulatory and tax environments inside out. As part of the Kreston Global network, they regularly work on cross-border tax projects, always fostering our strong culture of knowledge-sharing and collaboration for the benefit of our clients. 

What tax services do Kreston Global provide? 

Seeking advice from a tax consultancy professional can have significant benefits for your business. A business tax accountant will be able to assess your income and expenditure and ensure you’re compliant. This can help mitigate tax-related risk, which could affect your business’ finances in the future. 

Tax services we provide for our clients include:

·       Tax structuring for multinationals 

·       Tax planning for entrepreneurs

·       Private client tax and investment advice, including financial and retirement planning, asset protection, and family trusts

·       Global mobility and expatriate tax services

·       Research and Development tax credits

·       Transfer pricing and BEPs

·       Capital cost recovery 

·       Indirect tax, VAT, and customs duties advice and compliance

·       Corporate compliance

 ·       Advice on tax digitalisation

What professional standards do Kreston Global’s tax consultancy firms meet? 

Each of our accounting firms that offer taxation advice complies with the professional standards of their respective countries. They are also carefully monitored to ensure the following international standards are met:

·       International Standards on Quality Control

·       International Standards on Auditing for the conduct of transnational audits

·       Code of ethics as issued by the IESBA

Our member firms’ adherence to these standards is supported by a globally coordinated monitoring programme. 

Why choose Kreston Global’s tax and accounting services? 

Kreston Global offers tax and accounting advice along with a wide range of taxation services, so you can ensure your business has the support it needs to thrive. We take pride in our exceptionally high standards of service, which is just one reason our clients trust us to handle their taxation queries. 

We know life moves quickly in the business world, which is why we provide 24-hour global coverage. With our huge global network, we can help you find tax and accounting advice no matter where your business is based. 

We are a proud member of the Forum of Firms, an association of international networks of accounting firms. The aim is to achieve consistent quality standards on financial reporting and auditing practices across the world. 

To find out more about Kreston Global’s approach, please see our [about us] page.

Contact Kreston Global to find out how we can support your business with our tax services 

If you’re looking for international taxation consultancy support, our network of business tax accountants is on hand to help, regardless of where you are in the world. Find your local firm or contact us today and we’ll put you in touch with one of our taxation specialists. 

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held in November 2021, there was consensus on many action points that were
proposed.

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