United States

RSM is a proud sponsor of SelectUSA

Bringing together global companies to promote foreign direct investment in the US


Expanding your business beyond your home country is an exciting and complex venture.  RSM’s inbound tax team advises foreign-based companies on effective cross-border tax strategies and planning for expansion into the United States. These strategies include:

As  a non-U.S. company, there are a wide variety of considerations as you expand your operations including:

We also work seamlessly with experienced attorneys and bankers who can set up new US companies and bank accounts and advise on immigration and visa matters.

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Explore this guide offered by RSM to international companies looking to do business in the US.


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Event Details

Sunday June 19, 2016
3:40-5:00 p.m.

Mario de Castro, Senior Manager, International Tax participates in a panel discussion during the SelectUSA Academy.  The investor track is designed specifically for business investors who are entering the U.S. market and provides concrete information and practical tips on how to invest and grow in the United States – and what to expect along the way.

Get full program details here

Featured RSM Speaker

Mario de Castro

Senior Manager

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