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New Guide to Doing Business in the US is published by Hoberman & Lesser CPAs, LLP

12th October 2017

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MGI North America member firm Hoberman & Lesser CPAs, LLP has published a new guide for foreign companies doing business in the US for members of the MGI Worldwide international accounting network.

Entitled 'Foreign Companies Doing Business in the United States', the guide is aimed at helping other MGI Worldwide members understand the Federal and local tax issues and navigate the US business environment when assisting their clients that are considering an expansion of their business into North America.

The guide lays out the differences between the various types of business organisations operating in the US market, including US corporations, branches of foreign corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies (LLCs).

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It also provides detail on how different taxes work in the US compared to other international markets, with income taxation, sales taxes, payroll taxes and transfer pricing all covered in the guide.

MGI Worldwide members can access the 'Foreign Companies Doing Business in the United States' guide HERE

Hoberman & Lesser CPAs, LLP is based in New York City, with offices on West 37th Street. The firm is a relatively new member to the MGI Worldwide network, having joined the MGI North America region in July 2017.

MGI Worldwide is a top 20 ranked global accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 260 locations around the world.

 

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