The not-for-profit (NFP) sector faces an increasingly complex set of accounting challenges that escalate considerably in the international arena.
The who, what, why of Praxity that makes a world of difference for clients
After more than a decade of consistent growth since its foundation on 1 April 2007, Praxity – celebrated its eleventh anniversary at the weekend.
The Indian tax landscape: changing for the better
The Indian economy and its tax system is undergoing a period of massive change. What’s happening and what does it mean for businesses?
Getting seriously social @work
It’s difficult to think of a time without social media...
Hong Kong could have major finance role in China’s new East-West trade route
China’s mammoth project to create a third global trade axis is taking shape and Hong Kong is ideally positioned to take advantage.
Praxity participants achieve record revenues
Growth underlines the global alliance’s leading position in the accounting sector.
Intellectual Property Rights in China are changing
The war of words between the US and China over Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) masks a shift in policy that could make China more attractive to international businesses.
Expertise on reporting standards
Public and private sector organisations face a major challenge in understanding and complying with reporting requirements around the world.
Why US tax reform is good and bad for accountancy firms
Accountancy firms face a double-edged sword as they get to grips with President Donald Trump’s sweeping new tax reforms.
US tax reform: what does it mean for business?
“Something beautiful” is happening to the US tax system according to President Donald Trump. Is he right?