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  1. Thread: Working in USA

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    Taxman? This isn't a tax question. Do you mean...

    Taxman? This isn't a tax question. Do you mean immigration authorities?
  2. Thread: Working in USA

    by buddy99
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    Thanks, that is really helpful. I had read that I...

    Thanks, that is really helpful. I had read that I could not get paid directly by a US company for any business time spent in US, even for meetings, and had hoped the fact that they actually pay my...
  3. Thread: Working in USA

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    Forget the work thing then for a second. I do...

    Forget the work thing then for a second. I do actually want to go for a few days to meet with my colleagues. The Green Card might take another year so some face time would be really useful. Is this...
  4. Thread: Working in USA

    by buddy99
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    Sorry to drag up an old thread but I wanted to...

    Sorry to drag up an old thread but I wanted to ask a question on this topic. I am a contractor under my own Ltd. company contracting to a US based company and paid in dollars for invoiced work. (They...
  5. The contract also states the below. Guess it only...

    The contract also states the below. Guess it only helps if my client does not say otherwise:

    "<My company> and <my company staff> shall serve solely as independent contractor’s performing services...
  6. Well it says the following, this means a veto,...

    Well it says the following, this means a veto, right?

    "If client is dissatisfied with Personnel supplied by (my company), (my company) will remove such person or persons and may provide a...
  7. Thanks for the vote of confidence! I spent some...

    Thanks for the vote of confidence! I spent some time researching IR35 and then re-read my contract. The below points in my contract seemed to suggest I was outside IR35(based on contract at least)...
  8. Nevermind, I do not believe I am inside IR35...

    Nevermind, I do not believe I am inside IR35 having researched the subject and re-read my contract.
  9. Thanks Coconut. I'll check with accountant...

    Thanks Coconut. I'll check with accountant anyway, see what he says.

    Out of interest, assuming I am under IR35, which I almost certainly am, and will be subject to the higher 40% tax bracket on...
  10. Thanks, in the end it sounds like it might be...

    Thanks, in the end it sounds like it might be more hassle than it is worth.

    Since people keep raising the length of time I was over there, I should clarify that the interviews were both...
  11. Well I am not willing to re-write history or lie....

    Well I am not willing to re-write history or lie. You are allowed to claim for expenses incurred prior to setting up a company. That said I did go to the US with the aim of finding either a permanent...
  12. OK I will be employing an accountant but I wanted...

    OK I will be employing an accountant but I wanted to get an idea beforehand. It sounds like there is a chance it could be allowed. I will follow the accountant's advice. Out of interest what is the...
  13. Well I cannot pretend I am not looking to see if...

    Well I cannot pretend I am not looking to see if there is an advantage to the situation I am in that allows me to legally pay less tax.

    I understand the period where my partner and I spent some...
  14. OK...more details(thanks for replies so far): ...

    OK...more details(thanks for replies so far):

    I had quit my UK job at end of 2014 and spent the month of January/February applying for jobs with US companies remotely from London. When I had a...
  15. Claiming expenses incurred abroad finding client

    Hi,

    I went to the US from the UK for a month earlier this year to interview with companies and was offered a job, where I would work as a contractor from the UK(after a year or so I am hoping to...
  16. I spoke to my employer about an umbrella company...

    I spoke to my employer about an umbrella company and they were unfamiliar with it(I dont think they are used extensively in the US) and expressed a preference for me to use my own company. They are...
  17. New Contractor working for US company from UK - Advice Needed!

    HI,

    So to cut a long story short, I have been offered a perm job with a US company but the visa process takes some time and I may not be able to move to US and work for them until October this...
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