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EY's Private Client Services practice offers tax-related domestic and cross-border planning and compliance assistance to business-connected individuals and their associated entities. In addition, in today's global environment, cross-border services help meet the ever-growing needs of internationally positioned clients.
With dedicated resources in major markets around the world we assist individual clients needing a wide range of tax services including tax compliance, tax planning, and tax advice relating to their business interests, investments and other financial-related assets. Our approach provides professionally prepared returns, related calculations and advice, as well as integrated tax planning.
Our talented people and in-depth knowledge help you to effectively manage your requirements on a global basis whether you require our planning or compliance services. We have experience working with individuals and companies of all sizes across many aspects of the tax life cycle — planning, provision, compliance and controversy.
To find out more about the services we offer in this area please contact:
James D. Hunter
+44 (0)20 7980 0989
+1 202 327 8355
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+31 88 40 71866
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+61 3 8650 7363
+81 3 3503 1100
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