Permanent establishment is an important subject for any company operating or planning to operate in another country. We asked Tom Lickess, Radius’ director of international tax, to talk about the basics of permanent establishment and how related laws are changing in today’s connected economy.
The US system of higher education has over one million international students who inject billions of dollars into the country every year. President Trump’s rhetoric and policies have troubled current and prospective international students, and the Trump White House may damage this highly profitable sector of the US economy.
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Hiring a local worker provides some advantages over sending a home-country employee (i.e. expat) or third country national abroad. This post lists some precautions you can take to protect your institution when hiring a local worker abroad.
If your institution receives funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), you should know that it’s more important than ever to comply with related federal regulations.
By John Bostwick,Technical Writer, Higher Education and Nonprofits
By John Bostwick, Technical Writer, Higher Education and Nonprofits
International activities often start small—a research project or training exercise that was only going to take a few weeks, or a short-term advisory engagement with a foreign entity. Initial success with these activities may lead to growth of activities, which may also increase compliance and regulatory considerations for the non-profit organization, in addition to the risks which may have been present upon commencement if the activity was not adequately planned to address compliance risks.