What Not to Do When Setting Up a Foreign Bank Account
If you’re thinking about expanding your business internationally, it’s a good idea to set up a bank account in the country you’re targeting. This overseas bank account will simplify things when you eventually have to make payroll and tax payments. H
10 Ways to Navigate Tax and Accounting Issues in the US
Russia’s Main Tax and Accounting Hurdles Explained in 10 Minutes
Russia has seen economic difficulties in recent years, with sanctions and low oil prices posing real obstacles for the country , but there are fundamental trends at work which make it appealing for international expansion. Consumer market growth made u
5 Ways for Americans to Navigate Tax and Accounting Issues in Canada
American businesses can see enormous opportunities in Canada. The close proximity and similar demographic makes it a natural place to begin international expansion. But you shouldn’t overestimate the similarities between Canada and the US – there are
India’s Main Tax and Accounting Hurdles Explained in 10 Minutes
India’s one of the most attractive markets your business can expand into. It’s projected to grow at 8% per year for the next two decades. It’s seeing a strong and growing consumer base buoyed up by rising income levels. There’s no doubt that India
Worried about Brexit? Should you setup an entity in the EU now?
Date of publication: Jan 27, 2017 If you trade with Europe from the UK, you are probably wondering how Brexit will affect your business. You may be considering whether you need to setup an entity in the EU now, or how else you can start to prepare. Thi
How to Retain Key Employees who move abroad
Are you losing a key employee who is moving abroad? Will they be difficult and expensive to replace? Are you frustrated at losing them when they could still work for you remotely? Did you know you can often easily retain them as employees overseas? It
Could Trump break Brexit?
Donald Trump is a huge fan of Brexit. But could his triumph be the biggest threat to Brexit's success? Or could he be the lifeline that the British government needs as it tries to make a success of Brexit? It is too early to know exactly what Trump wil
Brexit: How Article 50 works
Background Article 50 sets out the legal basis by which a member state leaves the EU. As such it will govern the process for Brexit. Article 50 has never been triggered before as no member has ever left the EU. How does the UK trigger Brexit?
Brexit: the implications for global payroll
The UK’s referendum vote to leave the European Union is certain to have very many consequences for global payroll functions, many of which are difficult to understand right now. Read this article to better understand how your business may be affected.