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MGI Worldwide adds member firm in Puerto Rico

MGI Worldwide has added member firm J&J CPA in San Juan, Puerto Rico to its network.

J&J CPA is an independent firm of accountants established in 2014 by Jonathan Rodriguez and Josué Cabrera. Both Partners have more than 15 years’ experience in accounting, tax, consulting and auditing.

Jonathan Rodriguez, CPA at J&J CPA said: “Puerto Rico is a perfect connection between Latin America and the United States. There is a mix of culture, language and needs that are currently being served by the global community.

“Every day, more international businesses and investors are considering Puerto Rico as a preferred place for doing business. We want to be part of that global community and we understand that being part of a top-twenty international accounting network, which to the date was not represented in Puerto Rico, will provide that link to help us to be known locally and globally. This relationship will also let us offer and promote Puerto Rico as an alternative for doing business.”

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