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GGI adds new member in Taiwan

Press Release by GGI

Press Release by GGI - Founded in 1996, Good Earth CPA is an accounting firm that specialises in providing experienced, personable accounting and legal services to foreign entrepreneurs.

Priding itself on offering a professional and friendly service, while adhering to strict business and personal ethics the company provide assistance for all aspects involved with Taiwan business/company registration as well as advice on purchasing existing companies, registered office, secretarial and management services for the company, introduction to banking, opening and operating bank accounts, preparation of the annual corporate income tax return and the full range of vat administration services to list just a few.

With a staff of 12 multi-discipline professional staff, supervised by Mr Ni, Good Earth provide services to their clients in Mandarin and English.

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