What Is Corporate Maintenance?

Corporate maintenance is the practice of complying with the record-keeping requirements a country or a regional government imposes on a corporation. As the name implies, corporate maintenance is necessary for business entities that are legally considered “corporations,” so sole traders (or the country equivalent) and, in some cases, partnerships may be exempt from corporate maintenance requirements.

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When you are expanding into global markets, one of the first things you need to look into is the tax system. From withholding tax laws for payroll to service taxes, there are several taxation requirements you must fulfill in order to operate in a new country.

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Whether you have already expanded into another country and are hiring local resources or simply wish to draw from a foreign talent pool, there are a few things you need to know when hiring in a foreign country.

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Regardless of the country, you are expanding to and from, global expansion is a relatively complex endeavor, which is why Aadmi is a great partner to support your expansion process. Even when shared cultures and languages make expansion socially easier for your business, there is still a matter of adherence to regulatory compliance and government rules and regulations regarding foreign businesses.

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The United Kingdom – one of the largest European and most mature global economies, is a major destination for businesses expanding their global footprint. It is also one of the most populous countries in Europe, making it an ideal market for businesses looking to establish a new market.

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Establishing a business in Mexico can be a lucrative option for investors who are considering the Americas as a market. Not only can you benefit from low operating costs in Mexico, but you also easily access markets in Latin America, the United States and Canada.

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When it comes to moving manufacturing to another country, China is the premier destination. It offers the perfect combination of cheap but skilled labor, political stability, stable currency, powerful infrastructure, and an excellent supply chain. A lot of countries move the key part of their production line (especially manufacturing) to China and retain segments like “assembling” in their home country.

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Starting and running a business in Brazil requires you to effectively navigate the incorporation process. We have prepared this guide, where we will be dividing this process into five brief and clear steps, specifying the tasks involved at each step.

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While most people might move to Canada to seek employment opportunities, some decide to start a business and become employers themselves. However, the process of establishing a business or a company in any foreign country can feel confusing or overwhelming.

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