You’ve built a successful business model and now you want to bring it to the U.S. Whether your goal is to take a large chunk of the market and build a lasting U.S. presence, or just funnel profits back to your home country, there are tax implications you need to consider.
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Commercial card, a program that is sometimes called purchasing, travel or fleet card, has become a hot product as companies realize how it can create efficiencies within their organization.
On July 1, California’s minimum wage increased to $9 per hour — but there are some related issues that could have a larger impact on businesses than the increase in wages.
Bankruptcy is a unique tool that companies can use to restructure their debt. If creditors are getting aggressive, a company may decide to file Chapter 7, but with Chapter 11, the officers, directors and investors believe there is a business worth saving and they can reorganize the company.
There are a few new reporting requirements the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has created, but with the overwhelming amount of disparate information on the topic, many employers still have more questions than answers.