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Ms Lee also has a good understanding of expatriate requirements and the difficulties that can arise with working in South Korea.
For example, my wife and I had to make filings in the UK, HK, the US and South Korea. Ms Lee understood and assisted with this.
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Hiring her has been one of the smartest and most rewarding business decisions I’ve made.
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As a foreigner trying to run a business in Korea, you face countless challenges. You probably have a lot of questions, too. Christie has been working with expats since 1998, so she is well aware of your frustrations, fears, and confusion.
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- How Christie saved a client 19+ Million KRW ($16K+ USD) during their very first consultation
- Certain businesses that can avoid filing and paying ALL Korean taxes
- How to accelerate your business startup while shaving costs
- The hidden costs of full-time employees
- Can you deduct rent for a home office as a business expense?
- How about a business trip combined with a family vacation?
- Exactly which business expenses are deductible?
- Why your lawyers may not have structured your business to be tax-efficient
- What are cash receipts? Are they worth collecting?
- The advantages and disadvantages of corporate dividends
- Does my business need to issue cash receipts?
- Why your business needs an exit plan and the smart way to expatriate your profits
- How are Korean invoices different?
- How to become VAT-exempt
- Why you should hire the best accountant and learn accounting yourself
- How to prevent emotional investment from destroying your business
- How to save 50% on accounting fees and the best month to switch accountants
- The crucial difference between the Korean NTS and US IRS; why this is important even for non-Americans
- Why the Korean NTS monitors your sales to net income ratio