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IAPA enters partnerships to provide member firms with additional services

IAPA has launched a number of partnerships to provide extra services for its member firms. The partnerships range from technical to marketing partners.

TaxBack International provides reporting technology to assist with global VAT enquiries which allows IAPA member firms to offer its clients ‘global VAT compliance and reclaim’ services to its clients through this partnership. TexBack will also sponsor IAPA events and provide technical training to members during forums.

CaseWare IDEA provides services for auditors, finance professionals and compliance officers and will allow IAPA members use its software at reduced rates.

Australian based software company Practice Ignition helps accounting firms to: reduce debtors, reduce write-offs, reduce admin time/costs and improve client experience.

Yasha Consulting & Training provides marketing strategy development, marketing communications and leadership coaching. It will offer interactive workshop sessions at IAPA conferences to help members ensure they have customer focused marketing plans and investment.

IAPA CEO Ozgur Demirdoven said: “I am really delighted to formally confirm the agreements with our amazing strategic partners. These are wonderful win-win collaborations where our IAPA members and clients can gain additional benefits in the form of expert marketing advice, global VAT compliance and reclaim services as well as insights into new and exciting highly sought after software – offering our members greatly reduced rates.”



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