Doing Business in the United States
It is not a secret that high spending of U.S. consumer and advanced American business infrastructure have been attracting foreign companies from around the globe to come and do business directly in the United States.
It has proved to be a simple process for a foreign company to start operations in the U.S. However, without proper planning, any type of activity may turn into a financial disaster.
Once strategic business planning is finalized, it becomes a matter of skillful management to identify administrative hurdles that require additional planning:
- what type of company needs to be established by a foreign entrepreneur or a company to achieve the most efficient tax structure in the U.S.?
- how to coordinate reporting for U.S. and foreign operations?
- how to plan income distributions to a foreign partner?
- what are the types of compensation to key personnel including foreign partners, foreign employees and U.S. employees living abroad?
- how different types of U.S. visa influence forms of compensation to foreign nationals?
- what are the most suitable employee benefits and other incentives for a foreign company to implement to attract, retain and motivate employees?
- how to do accounting, process payroll and ensure timely tax payments?
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