Independent Accountants International (IA International)
1978, Atlanta GA (USA), at first meeting. Also referred to as International Affiliation of Independent Accounting Firms (IA). Ceased to exist prior to 2014.
Assist members to provide a better service to clients through: joint handing of clients with multiple or new locations; providing specialized talents; maintaining high standards; exchanging practice management concepts; disseminating information.Available with paid subscription only.
Maintains, since 1986, the International Affiliation of Independent Accounting Firms' Educational Foundation which administers the 'Robert Kaufman Memorial Scholarship Fund' for students around the world pursuing a carrier in accounting. Organizes seminars, regional and international meetings.
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Members in 69 countries
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