Posted by Teresa Gordon on January 25, 2021
Learn about the new Corporate Transparency Act reporting requirements and other U.S. expansion considerations.
Posted by Teresa Gordon on December 20, 2020
Now more than ever in today’s world of virtual and remote management of a US investment, cloud accounting tools serve foreign-owned companies well. Here are seven reasons why you should consider cloud accounting when starting a US subsidiary.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on August 3, 2020
It has already been a month since one of the most competitive regions in the world, which together generated more than 25% of the world’s GDP in 2019, finally entered into the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Posted by Carlos Calderon on May 28, 2020
Companies with Mexican subsidiaries may be wondering how best to proceed in light of COVID-19.
Posted by Teresa Gordon on April 29, 2020
While the PPP application, approval, and funding process have been challenging for everyone, foreign-owned subsidiaries based in the U.S. with U.S. employees continue to face additional challenges that their domestic counterparts did not encounter.
Posted by Sue Tuson on March 10, 2020
When making the strategic decision to expand a business into the U.S. it’s important to carefully plan for the various challenges inherent in the process. Strategic issues such as supply chain development, vendor management, and production optimization.
Posted by Nina Wang on February 19, 2020
The last thing any business wants to receive is an audit notice from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Your first reaction will naturally be panic or fear. So, what protective measures can a business or business owner put in place?
Posted by Sue Tuson on January 17, 2020
Businesses are consistently evaluating how to stay competitive. Global expansion may be the answer for a business to reach new markets, meet current customer needs, reduce costs, or find talent.
Posted by Teresa Gordon on October 31, 2019
European companies open branches in the United States for a host of reasons. For starters, the US gives these businesses a completely new base of customers; a chance to step out from the almost saturated European market and stand out from the crowd.
Posted by Teresa Gordon on July 2, 2019
International businesses expanding into the US, whether a manufacturer, distribution company or professional service firm, face similar challenges. Operational issues such as supply chain, vendor management and process or production optimization require close attention, as do human resources, sales and marketing.
Posted by Teresa Gordon on July 16, 2018
The 2018 SelectUSA Investment Summit highlights the focus of our Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) practice well, and I want to share a re-cap of the interest and activity at a national level.
Posted by Sue Tuson on May 15, 2018
The US Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has issued a mandatory survey of select services and intellectual property transactions with foreign persons.
Posted by Sue Tuson on May 25, 2017
The IRS announced 13 audit campaigns last March. Included in the campaign is an effort to increase voluntary compliance for Form 1120-F Non-Filers. Form …
Clayton & McKervey shareholder helps establish new ‘Great Lakes Chapter’ of the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 12, 2017
Clayton & McKervey, an international certified public accounting and business advisory firm located in metro Detroit, announces that Timothy Finerty CPA, a shareholder at the firm, is a founding board member of the newest chapter of the United-States Mexico Chamber of Commerce (USMCOC), the Great Lakes Chapter, based in Detroit.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on January 24, 2017
Clayton & McKervey, an international accounting and business advisory firm servicing growth-driven middle-market companies, introduced a new Mandarin web site on January 13, 2017. Created …
Posted by Teresa Gordon on November 2, 2016
Is your company a foreign-owned U.S. subsidiary or a foreign company doing business in the U.S.? Are you a foreign individual living and working …
Posted by Julie Killian on September 24, 2015
Even for non-public US companies, having a basic understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”) is beneficial. The continued global adoption of …
Posted by Julie Killian on September 16, 2014
The Securities and Exchange Commission says IFRS Adoption in the US is unlikely Based on recent discussions at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), US …
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 6, 2013
Many of our clients are continuing to explore expansion opportunities, and often that expansion is leading them to other countries. The specific reasons vary, but …
US Subsidiaries of Foreign Owned Businesses May Qualify for the Research & Experimentation Tax Credit
Posted by Sue Tuson on March 7, 2012
The Credit for Increasing Research Activities, also known as the Research and Development (R&D) tax credit or the Research and Experimentation (R&E) tax credit, is …
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on November 10, 2010
In his recent best-seller The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman dissects how the lowering of trade and political barriers and the technical advances of the …