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Old 12-02-2014, 02:53 PM
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Invoicing a DE C-Corp as a non-U.S. resident


I am resident in the UK and currently providing advisory services to a Delaware based C-Corp.

This is the first time I work with a U.S. client, I apologize if the question is trivial.

I need to invoice USD 5000 for my services. My invoice will show a UK address for the recipient BUT I would like to get paid into a USD account I opened as non-resident a couple of years ago, while in NYC.

Please note my questions are not related to the UK tax implications, which I will deal with on my side:

Question #1: My invoice will be for USD 5000 (with no additional tax or VAT). Is that correct?

Question #2: Do I have to report anything to U.S. tax authorities? I mean, I am not a U.S. citizen neither I have ever been a resident.. just have a USD there for my convenience (e.g. avoiding FX charges every time I travel to the US)

Question #3: Do I risk that money being questioned/seized by U.S. tax authorities?

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