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Andersen Global Expands to Kenya

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Compensating Tax: Change law for firms working with State

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Andersen Global Adds Collaborating Firm in Peru

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February 14th, 2019

Andersen Global Expands Presence in India; Nangia Advisors Opens Offices in Bengaluru and Pune

February 12, 2019 Today, Andersen Global announced further expansion in India, with Nangia Advisors, a collaborating firm of Andersen Global, opening new offices in Bengaluru and Pune.  Andersen Global embarked on its expansion in India less than a year ago, and now has a presence in 10 locations in the country through its collaborating firms, […]

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February 12th, 2019

Saccos ought to stop stretching tax law borders

Over the last eight years, there has been sustained growth on Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies (Saccos) since the inception of formal regulation on the sector. Saccos are mainly a means of saving and seeking credit facilities like long-term loans and emergency loans by the members. As a result of this we have about 174 […]

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February 12th, 2019

Postcard from Poland

February 2019 Mandatory Disclosure Rules (MDR) in Poland – Obligation to Report Tax Schemes Since January 1, 2019, the provisions of the Polish Tax Ordinance Act introducing an obligation to report so-called tax schemes have been enforced. The provisions regarding the tax scheme reporting can be found in Section III of the Tax Ordinance Act, […]

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February 11th, 2019

Postcard from Portugal

February 2019 New Portuguese REITs: Real Estate Investment and Management Companies – SIGI Portuguese legislation finally established a legal framework to Real Estate Investment and Management Companies (SIGI), commonly known as Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). This new legal framework was published on January 28th, 2019 and provides specific rules for these entities, namely minimum […]

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February 6th, 2019

Andersen Global Adds Collaborating Firm in Peru

Andersen Global is proud to announce a collaboration agreement with Estudio Hernández & Ugarelli, a respected legal, tax and business consulting firm based in Lima, Peru. This is the second collaboration agreement in Peru for Andersen Global. Hernández & Ugarelli is comprised of four Partners and 12 professionals. Hernández & Ugarelli has established itself as […]

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February 4th, 2019

Postcard from France

The Finance Law 2019 – Contribution and Sale: Changes to the Conditions Governing the Reinvestment of Sale Proceeds A contribution of securities to a holding company by a natural person or through an intermediary (where the contribution is made to a company liable for corporation tax controlled by the contributing party) may benefit from deferral […]

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January 31st, 2019

Andersen Tax & Legal Debuts in Poland

A2Z Tax & Legal to become Andersen Tax & Legal Andersen Global strengthens its growing presence in Eastern Europe with the news that A2Z Tax & Legal will adopt the name Andersen Tax & Legal and will become a full member firm of the international organization. Andersen Global has a presence in nearly 20 European […]

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January 31st, 2019

Postcard from Poland

New Polish Withholding Tax Collection Mechanism May Impact Cash Flow Does your client receive dividends, interest, royalties or fees for intangible services from Poland? If so, your client’s cash flow may be affected by a new regime of the withholding tax collection (pay and refund) with effect as from July 1, 2019. Under the new […]

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January 31st, 2019

Is the KRA justified to increase excise duty?

By Nathan Omayio One of the undying expectations Kenyans have during the annual budget making is that there will always be tax adjustments for the so-called “sin” goods. It is always expected that the Treasury will increase tax on goods such as alcohol and cigarettes. But this year’s budget was different. To the mwananchi, the […]

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January 31st, 2019

What US tax reforms mean for Kenya

By Nathan Omayio The election of Donald Trump as US president was expected to bring radical changes to international trade due to his “America first” mantra. He has lived true to his pre-election promise of carrying out overdue tax reforms. This has caused disruption in international trade. On December 22, 2017, Trump signed the US […]

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