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Alliott Group adds firm in New Jersey

Alliott Group has added US consulting firm Weber, Shapiro & Company (WS) to its association.

The firm is based in Ramsey, New Jersey, and offers accounting and consulting services, including in the realms of international tax and business.

WS also provides expatriate taxation services and guidance for businesses looking to operate in the US.

Clients include domestic business as well as international companies from France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Australia, Sweden and Portugal.

WS partner said membership of Alliott Group would allow the firm to build on its ability to help clients from the US and abroad to address global tax and international business issues.

He added: "we are very proud to be the only company in New Jersey to be invited to join this global association."
Over the past few months, Alliott Group has grown its international reach through the addition of firms in Luxembourg and Nigeria.


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