Whether it is your company’s first endeavor into international expansion, or it is the tenth time you have setup overseas operations, the task of determining what is required of your business in a new country can be overwhelming and time consuming. Just figuring out deadlines and researching where exactly to send documents can make the process of complying with international statutory
The old saying goes that the United Kingdom and the United States are just “two countries separated by a common language.” But it’s more than the use of the letter “u” in labo(u)r that distinguishes these two nations.
Similar to the rest of the European Union, U.K. employment law is designed to protect employees, and is very different than those that exist in the U.S. When first
When a company is considering international expansion, there are a number details to consider: what type of entity to set up, how to hire employees, what taxes need to be filed, etc. Though the details may vary depending on country and company specific circumstances, there are three common mistakes that businesses headed overseas make that can be easily avoided.
If your business is planning an international expansion, a key consideration is how to setup your operations.
Last week’s webinar Know Before You Go: International Expansion and Permanent Establishment Risk encouraged a lot of discussion.There were several interesting questions from attendees for HSP's permanent establishment expert Justin Smith; here are some of the highlights, and answers.