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What should US citizens be aware of when setting up a business in the UK?

Due to the complex cross-border tax legislation between the US and UK, there is no one size fits all solution, and there are many variables to consider before making any decisions.

In this video, Paul Baker and Meera Shah highlight the key considerations for US citizens looking to set up a business in the UK. Take a look at the Stepping Stones article below for more information, including a case study on how the process works in practice.

If you're a US shareholder of a controlled corporation (CFC), meaning you own more than 50% of the total value or combined voting power of a company based outside of the US, you should be aware of Global Intangible Low Taxed Income (GILTI) - take a look at this article for more information.

The impact of GILTI
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When thinking about setting up a UK company, there is no one size fits all solution, and of course there are many variables to consider before making any decisions. If you have already established a UK company, it would be wise to consider how the 2018 tax reforms impact your global tax bill and whether an alternative type of business structure would be preferable.

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