Praxity is a global alliance of independent accounting and advisory firms. Through Praxity, like-minded firms can share insight and expert knowledge internationally, giving us the ability to deliver unmatched client service. While we are based in Blackburn and Burnley, we have a global reach.
Praxity involves over 40,000 professionals from participating firms in over 100 countries. This enables us to liaise with expert financial advisers and accountants abroad. With access to these extensive connections, we can help you achieve your global ambitions and provide you with comprehensive solutions that utilise international benefits, including tax assurance and consulting services.
Whether you are looking for business opportunities beyond national boundaries, need international support in addition to services in your home market, or are already partially based abroad, our participation in Praxity means that we can meet the needs of multinational clients.
Praxity AISBL is a global alliance of independent firms. Organised as an international not-for-profit entity under Belgium law, Praxity has its executive office in Epsom. Praxity – Global Alliance Limited is a not-for-profit company registered in England and Wales, limited by guarantee, and has its registered office in England. It operates solely as an administrative resource of the Alliance. As an Alliance, Praxity does not practice the profession of public accountancy or provide audit, tax, consulting or other professional services of any type to third parties. The Alliance does not constitute a joint venture, partnership or network between participating firms. Because the Alliance firms are independent, Praxity does not guarantee the services or the quality of services provided by participating firms.
While we are still an independent, unaffiliated firm, Praxity allows all of our departments of accounting, corporate finance, wealth management, tax, technology and sector specialists to benefit from an international alliance.
For more information, visit Praxity online.
Before taking the plunge to doing business internationally, you need to ensure you’ve done your due diligence. Praxity together with the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation has produced country-specific tax guides sharing information on a variety of topics.
Alongside rigorously researched data and guidance on business investment, individual and corporate rates and regulations, the user-friendly guides also feature background information about the socio-demographics, economy, culture and distinctive business characteristics of each country.
To receive a tax guide, please select a country from the form below and complete the required information, our team will then process your request and send you the requested guide.