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Andersen Tax in Kenya is a member of Andersen Global®, an association of legally separate, independent member firms, comprised of nearly 4,000 professionals worldwide, over 500 global partners, and a presence in over 129 locations worldwide.

Our advisors hold multiple professional credentials and have depth in a wide range of capabilities allowing us to provide clients with comprehensive and integrated solutions. The staff at Andersen Tax in Kenya are selected based on quality, like-mindedness and commitment to client service.

The provision of outstanding client services is a core pillar of our professional practice and continues to be a top priority. Our platform as a member of Andersen Global, an international association of member firms and collaborating firms, allows us to objectively serve as our client’s advocate. The only advice and solutions we offer are those that are in the best interest of our client. We value open communication, information sharing and inclusive decision making.

As a firm that does not handle audit services, Andersen is devoid of the attendant conflict of interest issues that arise between auditors and tax consultants operating in the same firm. Most importantly, the team at Andersen has built a solid and enviable reputation as experts in local and international tax matters.

Andersen Global in East Africa has presence in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania and offers tax and business advisory services. Andersen Tax in Kenya and the other collaborating firms in East Africa have established a positive working relationship that only serves to provide seamless services to our clients across the region.

    News & Updates

  • Andersen Global is pleased to announce a new presence in Africa through a collaboration with Nexus Business Advisory Limited (Nexus), a tax, legal and business advisory firm based in Nairobi, Kenya.

  • On April 26, 2018, the French Administrative Supreme Court gave a joined decision in cases Nos. 417809, 418030, 418031, 418032 and 418033, ruling that, as a principle, the gain resulting from the disposal of Bitcoins must be reported as a capital gain on movable property. More specifically, The French Administrative Supreme Court affirmed the treatment […]