International financial reporting standards…tax treaties…market trends…While these are only a few common challenges facing most companies doing business abroad, there are a myriad of other complex issues specific to each country, industry and transaction type.
While the largest companies are served by equally large professional services firms, today’s mid-tier businesses often find it challenging to get the right mix of services, professional advice and responsiveness. Assistance with cross-border financial reporting, tax planning and compliance, as well as consulting represent service needs that even small businesses seek to meet their business objectives.
To help today's global mid-tier companies address these issues and more, both UHY Advisors and UHY LLP, along with independent UHY International member firms operating in more than 75 countries, work together to meet the evolving demands for capabilities virtually anywhere in the world.
To inquire about our international capabilities and service offerings, please contact us.
High earners on an income of 1.5million USD in G7 countries pay over 60% more in income tax than those in BRIC economies, according to new research by UHY International, the international accountancy network*.
We welcome, Consultoria Integral Del MERCOSUR (CIME), our new member firm in Paraguay, to the global accountancy network UHY, extending our coverage within the Americas region.
• Duties now cost 1.24% of $8.3 trillion in G8 imports
• ‘Trump tariffs’ on steel, aluminium could see duties rise even further
As an independent member of Urbach Hacker Young International Limited ("UHYI" or "UHY"), we are able to call upon the resources of professional service firms throughout the world. Established in 1986 and based in London, UHY is a world leader in audit, accounting, tax and business advisory services. The network brings together the global expertise of UHY's independent members, all highly regarded, professional and reputable firms in their own local markets.
29% of all global patents for blockchain technology were filed by US businesses last year – ranking them second in the world – with 92 patents from a total of 314 filed with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in 2017, shows a new study by UHY, the international accounting and consultancy network.