Menzies Holds International Seminar
20% of British SMEs are currently trading in foreign markets and 40% of the world's SMEs will be trading internationally by 2013 *
Menzies will present on the tax issues faced by businesses considering, or having already undertaken, international expansion. This will highlight what specific international tax issues need to be considered at the different stages of the business lifecycle.
What will the seminar cover?
We will provide practical insights to help you better appreciate the tax issues that should be addressed when expanding into new territories. This will include content on:
• Structuring the expansion
• Territory specific concerns
• Key changes and developments
• Pitfalls and planning opportunities
• International case studies
We have three dates and locations for you to choose from. Numbers are limited so please provide a prompt response stating which location you would like to attend.
• London - Tuesday 12 July 2011
• Solent - Thursday 14 July 2011
• Egham - Tuesday 19 July 2011
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* Source: HSBC Global Small Business Confidence Monitor
Menzies LLP is one of the UK's largest regional firms of accountants and advisers to privately owned businesses. It operates from seven offices in London and the South East and its services include accounting, audit, corporate tax, corporate finance, private client, outsourcing and payroll. www.menzies.co.uk.
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