If you’re a business based outside the U.S. and looking to expand into that market, you’ll need to incorporate your business in a particular U.S. state. Delaware is one of the most desirable U.S. locations for both foreign and domestic businesses to incorporate. This post provides some details about the state’s advantages, and explains why your business needs to consider incorporating in Delaware without assuming it’s the best option.
The UK’s Autumn Budget leaves in place the UK’s low 19 percent corporate tax while vowing to tighten tax rules and crack down on online sales. This post addresses the main points of interest for corporations.
After going back and forth about international expansion for years, Lyft has decided to open its first operation abroad, in Toronto. Here’s a look at some of the challenges Lyft may face in Canada, as well as some regulatory and tax implications.
Big developments are afoot in the world of international tax. Ireland has announced that it will end the “Double Irish,” the tax loophole that’s allowed multinationals to organize their affairs in such a way that they pay very low effective tax rates — sometimes as low as 2 percent.