Clients who have operations across the U.S. and globally are able to benefit from the same Berdon services that they have come to rely upon in the New York City metropolitan area. To complement its robust International Advisory Services Practice—which advises on a variety of matters, including establishing foreign operations and minimizing foreign tax obligations—Berdon is also a member of TIAG, a global alliance comprised of more than 115 independent accounting firms in over 65 countries.
For clients who require the presence of a local accounting firm to support their operations in jurisdictions throughout the U.S. and globally, the Berdon Team is able to leverage its International Advisory professionals,as well as the expansive TIAG network, in order to provide seamless and uninterrupted service in most locations around the world. By connecting with advisors on a global scale, Berdon is able to provide clients with the same connectivity and expertise offered by the Big 4 firms, without having to sacrifice the personalized touch and targeted approach that has made Berdon the firm of choice for multiple generations of family and privately owned businesses.
Additionally, TIAG’s alliance, TAGLaw®, provides access to a network of attorneys at more than 150 independent law firms in nearly 90 countries, allowing Berdon to offer a well-rounded and comprehensive perspective to its clients, regardless of their location.
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