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Opening a Bank Account in the United States

 

If you are a business owner in a country like Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, or Hong Kong and are looking to expand to the United States (U.S.), you may be wondering how you will be able to open a U.S. business bank account to run your U.S. operations. Banks in the U.S. have very strict policies and require certain forms of documentation when an entity that has foreign ownership opens a bank account. 

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How to Prepare for the New Sales Tax and Nexus Requirements

How does the June 21, 2018 Supreme Court ruling of Wayfair v South Dakota impact sales tax nexus for e-commerce business owners?

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Justworks: Preferred PEO Partner

By Matt Nyman • July 9, 2018 at 11:00 AM • Payroll / HR, Doing Business in the United States

HPC is proud to partner with an emerging leader like Justworks to help our clients take the busyness out of running and growing a business. Justworks is a professional employer organization (PEO) that seamlessly combines payroll, benefits, HR, and compliance in one simple platform.

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3 Reasons to Open a Bank Account in the US

By Matt Nyman • June 7, 2018 at 10:00 AM • Doing Business in the United States
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How to Obtain Benefits for Your US Employees

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Veem Enables HPC Accounting & Tax Clients' International Payments

HPC's partnership with Veem makes life easier for our global tax and accounting clients who send and receive money internationally. Veem allows for firms to send and receive payments to over sixty countries—and counting! Through multi-rail payment technology, Veem provides a convenience and a seamless global payment solution that eliminates the middleman. This equates to faster transfers, better tracking, and lower costs.

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Doing Business in the United States: What You Need to Know About Immigration

By Bruce Phillips • February 6, 2018 at 9:47 AM • Doing Business in the United States

If you’re thinking of expanding your business to the United States, there are immigration requirements you need to consider. Here, I’ll break down what you need to know about immigration including visas, green cards and if you need a tax ID number.

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Apiary Case Study: Expanding a SaaS Business to the US for Outside Investment and Successful Acquisition

 

“We arrived in the US over 4 years ago and didn’t know anything in terms of how to do business here. HPC was essential in our ability to scale, stay compliant, and sell our company.”

-Ondraj Dolezal, Apiary Inc.

 

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Client Case Study: UK Production Studio Expands to US To Service International Customer

By Matt Nyman • November 9, 2017 at 9:50 AM • Doing Business in the United States

Since 2013, Clear Angle Studios has been the go-to production company for cyber scanning, LiDAR and large scale aerial filming for films like Jason Bourne, Justice League, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Their ability to capture 360-degree ground and aerial panorama photography with high-tech camera equipment has led them to working with international clients.

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5 Things to Pay Attention to if you are an International Founder and want to bring your business to the US

By Bruce Phillips • August 24, 2017 at 9:06 AM • Doing Business in the United States


Having seen and helped dozens of Founders come to the US, there are certain things that seem to keep coming up as a struggle.  The challenge is a result of the fact that doing business in the US is COMPLICATED. Seemingly much more so than Australia, NZ, EU, UK, Singapore, or Hong Kong.  

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