Guide to Doing Business in the U.S.: A Sneak PeakMarch 26, 2019
Attention non-U.S. investors…are you interested in conducting business in the U.S.? Our guide covers FAQs to help you learn more about our marketplace.
The idea of doing business in the U.S. is an attractive idea for many non U.S. investors. After all, the U.S. is often referred to as the “land of opportunities”. While there are many opportunities, there are also rules, regulations, and risks to consider before entering U.S. markets. Our Guide to Doing Business in the U.S. can help you decide if participating in U.S. markets is the right choice for you.
A look inside our guide…
Reading KLR’s Guide to Doing Business in the U.S. will help non-U.S. investors looking to:
- Start a new U.S. business
- Invest in an existing U.S. business
- Expand or move a foreign business into the U.S.
There are several things investors need to understand about the U.S. marketplace including…
- Business environment- Learn how changes in factors like inflation, interest rates, supply and demand variations and more impact the U.S. economy, and therefore your opportunities to invest.
- Taxation- The type of entity structure chosen to conduct business in the U.S. will determine the filing requirements, as well as how an entity is taxed.
- Financial Reporting- In addition to reporting income, expenses, gains and losses on their federal and state tax returns, U.S. businesses must report financial performance to investors, lenders and other stakeholders.
Download our guide to learn more about the U.S. marketplace and if investing in it is the right decision for you or your company.
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