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Covering entrepreneurship and business start up questions for non-residents and US citizens.

 

Jan 15 2020

Favorite State of the Union 2020: Part 2

by John Gordon | 18:01 GMT

#FavoriteStateOfTheUnion2020 Posting 2: How a “favorite” fits in with our setting-up process   If you’re about to launch a venture in a foreign country, you had better have a plan, and do your homework in advance to have a chance at success. Over the past few decades of helping non-US residents set up US companies, […]

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Dec 16 2019

Favorite State of the Union 2020: Part 1

by John Gordon | 20:12 GMT

#FavoriteStateOfTheUnion2020 – The Criteria For Choosing A State In Which To Set Up A Successful US Business As A Non-US Resident   “In the Middle East, the business capital of the world is the US, and the business capital of the US is New York. This is why I chose New York to set up […]

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Mar 01 2016

You’ve Set Up Your Company. Now What?

by John Gordon | 15:03 GMT

Congratulations! You’ve set up your business in the United States and registered it in one of the 50 states. Now what? Here are the next steps for launching your business in the United States.. Getting a Tax ID number If it was not included in your formation package, and you intend to do any business […]

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Feb 01 2016

Are You Putting Your U.S. Business’s Credit Rating at Risk?

by John Gordon | 15:02 GMT

Credit is necessary for the operation of any business. Businesses need credit for a variety of purposes. Suppliers sell goods on credit. Credit is needed to take loans for large purchases like real estate, heavy equipment, vehicles, and manufacturing equipment. Revolving credit is used to manage business operation expenses and cover payroll. Credit doesn’t just […]

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