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Miami International Business Law Blog

Why do you need an EIN when establishing a

There are many steps that you need to take when trying to set up a business in the United States if you are operating out of a foreign country. Perhaps you already run the business in your home country and you’re looking to expand into the United States, or maybe you’ve identified a niche market in the United States and you want to try to make the most of it. You’ll need to do everything from registering your business to getting the proper trademarks and patents to choosing a company name and a company structure.

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What are the benefits of an offshore account?

As a business owner who runs companies in the United States and other international territories, you may be wondering what the best way to save your money is. Living in Miami, you know that there are excellent benefits to running a business in Florida already, but did you know that offshore accounts could offer benefits as well?

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How cross-border business transactions differ from domestic ones

Operating a successful business requires a unique niche concept or the drive to succeed in a competitive industry. Those operating in a niche industry may need to connect with consumers all over the world in order to remain solvent, while those competing in a saturated industry may need to expand into international markets bad to keep their costs low and revenue high.

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For a smoother merger, it’s time to make cuts and start talking

Managing a merger for your Boston-based company can be tough. Merging two companies together requires a lot of people to start communicating when they may not have needed to in the past.

Finding a like-minded business to work with may be a bonus for your business, but merging your team with its team comes with its own complex issues. That’s why it’s important to follow some simple steps to make your merger run more smoothly.

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