Some of your key employees may have been used to help you set up your US operation. In doing so, they obtained a non-immigrant visa allowing them to legally work in the US. The question is often asked whether these employees need to pay US taxes. As a holder of a non-immigrant visa, a person … Read more UK employees working temporarily in the US……should they be paying US taxes?
When establishing a US subsidiary, some of your key UK employees may go to the US to assist with the set-up. Unfortunately, the US visa system is known for its complex rules and qualification process. There are so many different visa options that it is difficult to know which visa is relevant. Here are some the of … Read more UK parent companies with US operations… can I use my UK employees?
One of the major economic differences between the US and UK is in the manner which healthcare is delivered and financed. US healthcare is primarily provided by the private sector. Hospitals are owned by commercial or charitable organizations. Care is paid for through the combination of private health insurance and government programs (Medicare and Medicaid). UK … Read more US Healthcare Update
In 2016, the market for small UK firms exporting to America was valued at around £30bn. Small and medium UK firms have traditionally done well exporting to the USA, for example a significantly higher proportion of companies exporting to the US than other EU countries – UK is at 43%, followed by Italy at 33% … Read more SME’s Exporting to the USA
The United States is characterized by its decentralized system of government. States, counties, cities, towns, and smaller localities independently decide how to raise the revenue needed to fund the services they provide. Such a regionalized system presents significant compliance challenges for businesses seeking to establish a national presence. States containing over 15,000 taxing jurisdictions levy their … Read more US Sales Tax