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If you own a business outside of the United States, you’ve likely considered whether establishing a U.S. presence is the appropriate next step to help achieve your strategic growth objectives. After all, the United States is considered the world’s richest nation and largest economy, with a population of nearly 320 million consumers who may be ideal prospects for your company’s products or services.
Before embarking on this initiative, it is important to explore the opportunities and risk associated with expanding overseas, as well as conduct thorough planning and due diligence for your business and personnel.
The international advisors at Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew offer an in-depth perspective on what it takes to do business in the United States in this complimentary whitepaper – 9 Questions to Ask Before Establishing a Presence in the United States.
Download this resource today to gain insight from our international experts on common factors associated with establishing a U.S. presence, including securing financial and personnel resources, leveraging your distribution network, identifying any potential risks and more.
For more information about establishing a U.S. presence, contact our international tax advisors today.
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