Incblog for Entrepreneurs

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

 

Nov 09 2016

Trump Presidency: Effect on Foreigners Establishing US companies?

by John Gordon | 20:11 GMT

It is still too early after the US Presidential election to make firm predictions. It appears that even Donald Trump was surprised to win the election. There is great uncertainty about what future policies will be proposed, what policies will actually be adopted, what the composure of the future cabinet will be, and how well […]

 

Sep 30 2015

Why set up a company in the U.S.?

by John Gordon | 21:09 GMT

Setting up a company in the US is the first step in creating a global brand. Famous companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Uber, AirBNB and so many others were formed in America and expanded globally. Other companies started overseas, like Uniqlo, then became global brands after becoming successful in the US. According to the […]

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Oct 31 2013

US Incorporations for Canadians

by John Gordon | 20:10 GMT

Canada and the US share a long, famously-undefended border, and happen to be each other’s largest trading partners. Not surprisingly, a lot of residents in each side are interested in setting up a business in the other country. This is when the trouble begins. The key assumption by Canadians is that the US is physically […]

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Aug 29 2013

LLCs or Corporations: Which Is Better For Non-Residents?

by John Gordon | 23:08 GMT

For a foreign national looking to set up a business in the US, the choices of business entity to use look very confusing. Most of the free information about US companies is designed for US residents, and does not take into account the needs of non-residents. In general, however …