Carrying out the work of a nonprofit organization overseas requires completing a myriad of registrations and following complex compliance regulations. Cultural, legal and environmental conditions are likely to be very different from those at home, and your organization’s funding may require entity approval from a variety of government agencies.
Your organization may be exposed to significant financial and reputational risks as compliance with local employment practices and regulations, on-the-ground cash requirements, and legal entity establishment efforts are worked out.
Radius can help your nonprofit with its international expansion. Our team delivers the experience and local knowledge necessary to ensure that your international business launches and operates efficiently. Radius ensures that financial and entity documentation, including tax and payroll returns, are filed on time and with the right authorities. We also create a compliance calendar so you know exactly what documentation to prepare throughout the year and if there are any changes in filing requirements. Radius can even set up your payroll and accounting systems, and answer the bookkeeping, legal, HR and business operations questions that arise as you proceed.
Radius can help address unique nonprofit issues as you establish and maintain activities overseas.