? I've got #smarts
. Feel free to share with your startuper friends.
Part of my struggles and that of my business when setting up shop in the U.S. are the same as what startups are facing -- East/West Coast, CO, wherever. I want to share this with you out there, who don't know what/how to deal with these two pressure points yet:
1/ The visa.
For that, I have amazing immigration attorneys who, to this day, keep on helping the startupers I refer to them. No, they are not paying me anything, there is no affiliation but mutual respect. Some of you who are my friends here on Google+ will recognize yourselves.
2/ The taxes.
Again, after searching and searching, we finally found a gem. A tax attorney specializing in cross-border stuff. For instance, I personally have tax implications in several countries. The tax attorney simplifies everything for me.
So, I won't write their names here, because I'm not too sure about compliance BUT I'm always happy to share the love. Drop me a private line, I'll give you the keys to peace of mind.
For everything, it's good to be daring, it's even better to know on which doors to knock. That's why it's part of our business to hep build ecosystems. Again, I repeat, we don't do business out of referring those 2 attorneys.#startups
struggles gone easy peasy #visa #taxcompliance #ecosystems