International contractors have a choice when it comes to how to structure their business with clients, either through a direct contract or using a third party.
Independent contractors have choices when it comes to selecting a form of business structure, and one of those is operating as a ‘limited company’ when working for clients.
Independent contractors have a few advantages over employees when it comes to predicting the longevity of their engagement. In most cases, you will have a contract
As an independent contractor you will have to weigh the pros and cons of different ways to contract with clients, get paid and handle tax and social contributions. This is one of the realities [...]
Foreign contractors planning to work as self-employed in Belgium are required to submit a LIMOSA declaration before starting their contract. Several contractors that we assist
If you are an independent contractor who wants to work in Australia, then you will need a visa. The Australian work visa changed last year from the 457 visa, to the new TSS visa
One of the best solutions for contractors who need assistance setting up their client projects is an umbrella company. The umbrella company acts as a third party between you
Independent contractors planning to work in Japan will want to review the conditions and rules for contracting in that popular Asian business destination. Japan’s culture influences
France continues to be a popular country for international contractors seeking new clients and projects, and EU citizens will find that there are several options for setting up your
Canada is emerging as a country with numerous work opportunities in many different professions. This is especially true for contractors who are willing to relocate and offer