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IECnet adds new member in the Philippines

Press release by IECnet

IECnet is pleased to announce that it has a new member in the Philippines.

Manaig, Manaig & Co., CPAs was founded in 2003 to provide professional services on accounting, auditing, taxation, consultation, and related services. The firm is located within Calabarzon-Region IVA, South Luzon area of the Philippines which is currently the most populated region of the country.

It is currently positioned to help SME clients' compliance to business laws, rules and standards of government agencies and professional organisations and to provide management of the clients’ valuable information for decision making. In addition to the audit of financial statements service, the firm's related services allow its client companies to the focus on their core competencies while the firm focuses on providing back-end accounting, tax & financial related assistance.

With its current team of 18 junior/senior staff, 4 managers and 2 partners, who are highly dedicated individuals and accounting professionals, it ensures that clients get efficient and effective results. In October 2016, the firm was awarded a Gold Partner Advisor status by Xero -the owner of Xero Cloud accounting software from New Zealand which is currently one of the leading cloud softwares for SMEs worldwide. This online accounting solution enables the firm to provide outsourcing services to other CPAs abroad in terms of bookkeeping and other related services

Manaig, Manaig & Co., CPAs is proud of being recognized for its tax accounting, auditing and software implementation and happy to join IECnet as the Philippine member of a network gathering professionals of the highest standards worldwide.

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