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Establish an US entity

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In order to establish a US entity, you can use the 10 steps laid out below as a guide:

Setting up in America

  • Legal Setup: Decide on the corporate structure, contractual terms, and employment matters
  • Investment Requirements: If seeking investment ensure documentation and materials are US focused
  • Establish a US Bank Account: Often done by a US lawyer, it can be a lengthy and complex procedure
  • Back Office Support: Accounting, payroll and employee tax withholding, HR and employee benefits, etc
  • Tax Structure and Compliance: Utilise a CPA or Tax Accountant to ensure you are setup in a compliant manner both in the US and home country regarding your tax structures
  • Insurance: You will need certain types of insurance for US operations and risk mitigation
  • Incentives: US states offer various investment incentives, as do many local government units
  • Location & Office: Research and identify the optimal US location along with your office requirements
  • Immigration: Your US visa requirements should be part of the planning process in structuring your US operation
  • Recruitment: Find, train and attract the right talent for your

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