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GUIA PARA EMPRENDEDORES 2/3: Cómo abrir una empresa en EEUU? Cómo arrancar?
2020.07.11 14:08 valhalamanGUIA PARA EMPRENDEDORES 2/3: Cómo abrir una empresa en EEUU? Cómo arrancar?
Esta es una carta de motivación. Como puse en mi primer post nunca voy a alentar a nadie a irse del país. Simplemente quiero explicar que es pensar en GLOBAL y cómo se puede conseguir más fácil de lo que creen. No se pierdan mi prox. post (especialmente dedicado al buscavidas Argentino típico) Vivir en Argentina (a diferencia de lo que muestran los medios) es un privilegio. Acá salen asados, picado, fiesta...tenemos una cultura de compartir divina y solidaridad única. Cagada obviamente por política de todo tipo y color. Cuando logras trabajar global pasas a rescatar lo mejor del país. Pero para eso hay que arriesgar y/o capacitarse. ¡Cooperaremos! No se olviden que es la clave del éxito compartir información. Hay mucha gente en Argentina alentando emprendedores. Gente de mi generación se dio cuenta que hay que ayudar a formar proyectos. Por suerte Argentina tiene un interesante ecosistema emprendedor.
No quiero hacer copy / paste de info en internet. Voy a obviar temas y voy a ir directo a mi experiencia
Dejo un par de truquitos.
Para hacer esto no necesitas profesión o experiencia de ningún tipo
Si necesitan saber inglés y tener un capital mínimo. Lo podes hacer entre varios y sale igual.
De nuevo el último post va dedicado a gente sin experiencia. no se lo pierdan.
PASO 3: Cuenta bancaria corporativa Ya se discutió mucho en este sub: Abrir una cuenta bancaria “personal” en EEUU es una pelotudes. La cuenta para una LLC puede ser un poco más complicada pero sigue siendo posible. Hay mucha info en el TUTORIAL & DEFI en este sub de gente que saben mucho del tema. Va mi experiencia. Tomar o dejar es lo que pasó.
LLC titular con solamente 2 viajes a eeuu (para visitar a Mickey). Logró abrir la LLC online (es una forrada) para vender serv de programación. No logró abrir la cuenta bancaria de la LLC. Operó con cuenta personal durante casi dos años hasta que finalmente le dieron de alta la cuenta en el BOFA. Tengo más ej. de este tipo. Son los más comunes
Conclusión: Si en eeuu no te conocen es un pijazo la burocracia en la que te metes. Se puede pero prevean costos y tiempo. El negocio tiene que tener pruebas (clientes, facturas, etc.) hasta que no tengas eso es muy complicado
Lo ideal en este caso es contratar un facilitador.
La otra es llamar x tel. a cualquier sucursal de un banco donde hay chances de contactar a alguien en español (Miami, LA, etc) y pedir por un ej. de cuenta que hable español. Es un tema cultural. Si dan con un Argentino (hay varios) fin de las vueltas.
LLC titular con pariente en eeuu sin viajes y con ganas de irse (se fue). Quería armar un negocio de venta online. La sacó en conjunto con su pariente.
Conclusión: es una alternativa hacer la cuenta y la LLC con un yankie si venís flojito de papeles. Se llama silent partner. Si no es pariente o conocido, le pagan su participación y lo colocan en el acuerdo sin rol administrativo. Luego de armado pueden sacarlo previo desarme de papeles. No es ilegal.
LLC titular con muchísima experiencia y contactos en eeuu. Negocio grande pero que funciona como trading fantasma (lease LLC sin oficina, sin personal en eeuu).
10 minutos para abrir la LLC. 6 meses para que le autoricen la cuenta en el CITI.
Conclusión: Creo que el error fue el banco. Hay bancos tremendamente rompehuevos. BOFA, CHASE resultan más amigables. El TD Bank, CITI etc. están imposibles. La otra es ir a un banco regional más chicos.
Como siempre depende del ejecutivo. Ellos quieren vender y cobran comisiones por la venta de la cuenta.
Hay algunos que venden en Arg. la apertura de cuentas sin viajar. Lo que tienen es el contacto con un facilitador o lo hacen mediante un trust de garante (silent partner). Si tienen todo en orden no se los recomiendo.
No sigo más. El resto (amplia mayoría) funcionaron relativamente bien en su apertura cuando tienen los papeles en orden (ver post anterior). Van a un banco y con muy pocos requisitos pueden abrir una cuenta que les permita operar en EEUU. Si no tienen una cuenta empresa donde les puedan transferir (sistema ACH), olvídense de vender en EEUU a largo plazo o montos grandes. La cuenta la tienen que abrir en persona o mediante un facilitador. Los bancos chequean cada tanto que la dirección declarada exista. Si es una cuenta conjunta con un socio vean https://info.legalzoom.com/article/can-i-have-partner-llc TIP CLAVE: OJO EL ESTADO DONDE ESTABLECEN LA LLC. EL BANCO EN GRAL TIENE QUE ESTAR EN EL MISMO ESTADO POR UN TEMA IMPOSITIVO. SI ES EN ALASKA XEJ SE VAN A TENER QUE COMER UN VIAJE DE AQUELLOS. Establecer una operatoria comercial Para mí el punto más importante y el más sencillo a la vez. Parece que nadie lo piensa y define mucho que luego cuesta cambiar. Es fundamental ver esto para avanzar. ¿Dónde están mis bienes o servicios?. donde los compradores?. Que voy a comerciar? ¿Cómo me van a pagar?. TIP CLAVE: El secreto de establecer bien la operatoria es el precio de transferencia de servicios y/o bienes. Lean entre líneas:....Lo que gana o no la LLC queda contablemente en eeuu. Como persona en Argentina pagas impuestos por los resultados de la llc (o sobre su versión light) y bsps sobre tu participación (o sobre versión light). Todo lo que vendan requiere de un comprobante. Puede ser una factura (en Word si quieren). No es tan estricto el formato como en Arg. Pero si debe tener información que está estipulada. Más info https://tradesherpa.com/invoice-client-usa/ Algunos me preguntaron si declarar o no la LLC. La LLC para comerciar es una pelotudes no declararla IMHO. PASO 5: Nexo Económico. Impuestos en eeuu. (simplificado) En EEUU los impuestos más complicados pasaron a ser los impuestos x ventas que cobran los estados / condados. Vos pensas que el Convenio Multilateral en Argentina es complicado jajajajaj. Ej. El estado de Florida cobra el 6%. Pero si vendes en tampa tenes que agregar una tasa adicional (2,5% ósea total 8,5%), Miami (adic. 1%), Orange (adic. 0.5%) etc. Si tenes local comercial y entregas la mercadería en ese local es fácil. Es el impuesto de tu zona. Pero si entregas en otro lado…... Nexo Comercial: El nexo puede darse por donde tenes oficina, empleados, depósitos, donde estás registrado, donde entregas a tus clientes etc.. Hasta por participar en un trading show con ventas te pueden establecer nexo con un estado. Desde el 2018 y por un juicio contra un ecommerce, es un gran quilombo impositivo en EEUU. Si vendes online o en varios estados...cagaste. Si sos de Miami y vendes en Texas. Podes estar estableciendo nexo económico con otro estado / condado por una simple venta. Supongamos una empresa establecida en Miami Florida, de unos programadores y la vamos a denominar LA ARGENTA Ya por estar radicada en Florida se tiene que dar de alta en el estado (trámite online super fácil). Si LA ARGENTA vende “sus servicios” en forma regular a clientes de la Florida tiene que pagar sale tax en la Florida Si la ARGENTA consigue xej 1 venta en CALIFORNIA puede zafar y no tener nexo pero si se hace ventas regulares, se tiene que inscribir en ese estado y pagar en CALIFORNIA. Muchos venden puerta de fábrica para no establecer nexo comercial con otro estado. El político chorro que existe en todo el mundo entonces estableció el Shipping tax. MÁS INFO: https://www.avalara.com/us/en/index.html Ellos resuelven este problema impositivo pero el que mejor lo resuelve es AMAZON. Recuerden que no soy contador ni abogado de eeuu. Consulten lo que quieran pero no acepto reclamos. Cambia seguido. El objetivo del post es que piensen en Global y vean que todo se puede hacer pero no siempre es una boludes. PRÓXIMO POST:
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It’s been 6 months since my husband and I got married! I always loved reading through wedding recaps because it helped me establish budgets and I found so many cool items/ideas I was able to incorporate into my own wedding! I know this is a difficult time for those that have had to reschedule their wedding or are thinking about having to do that, but I hope it gives you more time to create the wedding you and your partner wants. Here are some photos: Blog from my wedding photographer Rodney Ty My personal favorites: Us and the Details Overview: My husband and I knew that we wanted to have a wedding that reflected our style as couple. Our goal was to have our guests think, “this is definitely Kat and Angel’s wedding!” We have a lot of friends who are talented artists or own their business so we asked for their help (if they were able to) instead of purchasing a gift for us. I put an * to signify items that these were made/created/discounted by friends and family because some of the prices may seem unrealistic. Our theme: Us aka Vintage Chicano Colors: Hunter green, orange, and yellow Top 3 most important things for us: Food—We love Mexican food and we’re Latinx. I’m vegan and he wanted to have the taco truck that he grew up eating. Alcohol—Our family and friends love to party and we love to throw parties! We wanted to make sure we had most liquors available so we purchased a wide variety. We had craft beer and our friends brewed a beer in our honor—PS I love craft beer and weirdly my husband has never had a drink in his life! Music—A common theme throughout our decor was music (records and boomboxes). We also needed a really good DJ because we love to dance and knew we wanted to spend most of the night doing that. We got that and spent the night having and awesome time! (Photography was pretty high as well. We love taking photos together and have had some great ones over the years--wanted to add some to our collection.) Favorite/Memorable Things Support of Our Friends and Family: People were so excited for us to get married! Leading up the wedding people offered their physical labor, time, energy, or craft. This allowed us to have a high guest count, but not spend a ton of money. I’m forever grateful to these people and have the privilege of having special memories from our wedding. Our Own Beer “Love on the Radio”: Strawberry Hazy IPA brewed by our best friends. I love hazy IPAs and he is from Oxnard (strawberry city) and loves boomboxes, which is how they came up with the concept. They created a label and made glasses for our family and close friends. They did a pouring at our rehearsal dinner since our wedding party would most likely not be able to try it during cocktail hour. Signature drinks and Pouring Shots: We had fun creating these with our friends and personal tastes in mind. “La Ramona” is our cat who is a lil nutty. At one point towards the end of the night, the bartender allowed me to get behind the bar and pour shots for all my guests who wanted to participate. It was epic! Dedication hour: We love Art Laboe and listen to his dedication show on the radio. We wanted to incorporate this into our wedding somehow. During cocktail hour, we had our friends and family write “dedications” that were read throughout the night. It was super fun to randomly hear our friends tell us how much they love us! BUDGET BREAKDOWN Initial Budget: $20,000 Total Spent: ~$30,000 (a little less, but I assumed we are missing some items) Attendees: 196 guests Venue/Rentals/Catering/Beverage: $12, 996
Olivas Adobe This is a local historical park that allows you to rent the property for an hourly rate, which is pretty affordable. We chose this venue because they allow you to bring your own food and we wanted to bring in a taquero and vegan food (a majority of venues in our area require the use of their caterers). We did have to bring everything to the venue because its run by the city, but it wasn’t a deterrent because we had a vision of how we wanted it to look. I learned about this venue from a family member, it was not listed on any of the wedding sites!
Rentals: E-Rentals--Great company that allowed us to negotiate with them. They were great with communication and made a layout of the ceremony and reception area that we were able to use for planning. They did everything from chairs and tables to stringing lights.
Family friend/caterer* ($800): We asked our family friend to make a cut up fruit and tajin station for cocktail hour. Think LA fruit street vendor. We also paid her to serve the vegan food and cut our wedding cake, which is why the cost is so high.
Husband’s Favorite Taco Truck ($2,000): $10 per person for unlimited tacos, rice, beans, and all the salsas.
Norte Sur ($170): Vegan nachos, pastor tacos, rice, beans and salsas for 50 vegans and veggies.
Bartender ($1,565 including tip): Our bartender brought the physical bar, all the ice, cups, mixers, and garnishes. The bartender brought another person to help during the cocktail hour to keep the lines down.
Alcohol ($1,200): We purchased all the alcohol from Costco and we still have sooooo much! We had three signature drinks, almost full bar, wine, and 2 kegs from a local brewery.
Liquor License ($173): Required by our venue.
Photography: $2800 (including tip) Rodney Ty Photography: He was my friend’s wedding photographer. I love his pictures and the mood he is able to set. He is great at candid shots and uses film and digital photography. Florist*: ~$680
Centerpieces and bouquets:
Maciel Flowers* (~$500): Close family friend owns this company and is a wholesaler. They put together our centerpieces (16 tables) and my bouquet. My friend put together the bridesmaid’s bouquets (10 bouquets) from the flowers we purchased directly from them.
Cactus and Succulents ($180): Local business who put together centerpieces in terracotta pots and small glass bowls I purchased. She also allowed me to borrow cactus/succulents for the aisle.
Vendor: Provision Entertainment •
Our nephew (full blown adult) started his own entertainment company that provided us with sound for the ceremony, amazing music during cocktail and the reception, a bilingual MC, and a photobooth during the whole reception. I would have paid them all the money because they were amazing, I received so many compliments on the music and MC alone! We partied hard that night.
DecoMisc (~$2,941): This is where we went a little crazy, but we wanted to ensure that the idea of Us came through. We wanted our family and friends to come to our wedding and recognize that it represented us to our core. Here are all the details we are super proud of! Desserts ($853.50):
Vegan Wedding Cake* ($400): 2 tier cake, vanilla/strawberry/almond on top and oreo cookie chocolate cake on bottom. 1 sheet cake of red velvet. There was a total of 125 pieces. People loved it!
Sugar Cookies (free): Our other friend who is a baker surprised us and brought them the day of!
Cake Topper ($125): VW Bugs in our wedding color (see picture of cake)
Bride’s Attire ($1,566, including alteration):
Vendor: Wear Your Love Zoey Top ($500), Bhldn Clarke Skirt ($600), Veil from Etsy ($153), Emerald Earrings from eclectic ($56), huarches from Ethnic Heritage ($32).
I knew exactly what I wanted so I DIY my dress by buying a top that was made for me and a skirt that I loved! I have large breasts, but I love A line shape so I knew I needed to find a lower waisted skirt so it didn’t delete my waist.
Groom’s Attire (~$655.00):
Vendor: Hockerty (green velvet suit custom made), Undandy (custom wing tips), and boutonniere and engraved tie clip from Etsy.
My husband is a very fashionable dude so I’m not surprised he wanted custom everything!
Wedding Bands ($2,500): • Vendor: Sueno Jewelry Studio
My engagement ring is my mother’s wedding ring. My father passed away 15 years ago so she hasn’t worn it much and wanted one of her children to have it. When my husband spoke to my mother about us getting married she unexpectedly gave it to him. When he proposed, I immediately recognized my mother’s ring.
We worked with our jeweler to make custom engagement rings. I love emeralds and more dainty jewelry so I wanted that be reflected in my wedding band.
Miscellaneous Attire ($360): 3 flower girl dresses from Bhldn for our three nieces (one didn’t make it down the aisle because she was too nervous). Makeup/Hair ($100/2 $50 gift certificates for my friends):
My two grad school/forever friends did my makeup. I love how they do their own hair and makeup so I asked for this in lieu of a wedding gift. I do not wear any makeup regularly so I knew I wanted to look like myself. We practiced 3 times and I love how it came out. I asked for Chicano pin-up style to match my personal style and wedding.
Paper Costs: Save the Dates, Invites, and Postage ($883)
Save the Dates Postcards--Vendor: Minted ($132.55) for 120 pieces
Invites o Vender: JP Stationary ($622.43) for 120 invites. This included papel picado themed invite and info card (Electronic RSVP)
Postage (97.95) o National park (we love camping) stamps for save the dates and papel picado for the invites
Personalized VW Bus Stamp from Etsy ($30)
Bridal Party Gifts (~$450)
We had 10 groomsmen and 10 bridesmaids so everything cost a lot in general, but we tried to keep is reasonable.
Groomsmen: Tie, engraved tie clip and tie bar, and boutonniere.
Initial ask gift: homemade candle, engraved beer jar, and swatch of color for bridesmaids dresses (hunter green)
Final gift: engraved cactus tote with water bottle, snacks, tissues, and small emergency kit.
Rehearsal Dinner ($634.28)
Vendor: StoneFire Grill: Full dinner and dessert for 50 guests. This included our bridesmaids, groomsmen, families, and their partners. We had a great time!
Please feel free to reach out if you want any further details on anything I purchased or general questions!
2015.12.02 02:02 DringringringringrinWelp, my company's 2nd birthday slipped past. Time for a recap.
I import and distribute Mexican food. Unlike many other markets around the world, the market in my home country isn't very internationally developed. This poses some challenges and it's been a very interesting 2nd year so far. I had a post recalling the challenges of the first year; too bad I forgot my first user name. Anyway; recap! I'll songtitles by the band Garrison as titles. It's a good band and worth checking out.
Recognize an opportunity. I tried to enter a market that didn't really exist. I mean, sure, tex mex is kind of a thing and people will ask for Jalapenos, corn chips, dip sauce and flour tortillas... but that is kind of where it stops. A lot of the stuff I try to bring is authentic Mexican: corn tortillas, masa harina, dried chiles, salsas, hot sauce... Most people don't know how to use it and despite the fact that Mexican food is big in neighbouring countries, it is lagging in Belgium. I feel like I am educating people in the products I'm working with, but I also feel I am ahead of the curve. I see what is happening abroad and notice that the interest in a lot of products in my portfolio is rising. Lastly; I diversified over the past year into a broad range of products: general food (chips, hot sauce, tortillas), specific food (like cactus, masa, pulparindo), decor (papel picado, earthenware,...) and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) because it makes it easier to upsell. I start a meeting with a customer with 1 product and tell them: "oh by the way, I also have this... wouldnt that be good for you too?"; thereby creating more opportunity for me to make money.
Choose a weapon Different tools for the different jobs. I try not to sell exclusively to Mexican or tex mex restaurants. That would severely limit my potential earnings. I try to sell products to a broad range of clients: *supermarkets *grosvendors *restaurants *fast food *food trucks I think the potential is there for a lot of the products to be used creatively in many different settings. It is therefor important that you know who your customer is going to be and how you are going to approach that customer. I have different price lists for retail vs food service vs end consumer on the webstore.
Know the locale The better prepared you come, the easier it will be for your customers to work with you. Know your prices. Know your potential customer. Know your products like the back of your hand. If a chef is talking to me and asks me what he can do with something, I'll have a suggestion ready. When a staffmember in the supermarket asks me something, I will have a very different answer ready.
Focus, Focus, Focus As an Entrepreneur with a growing business. There is a lot coming at you. I lost a significant source of income in the spring of 2015 because I was not focussed on that job, but only on getting my business off the ground. I am not making enough at this point to get by on my business alone, but revenue has tripled this year. The danger with jobs on the side is that people at those jobs will want your attention. I am lucky to be working as a freelance technician, but nevertheless, if I get a phonecall from one of my customers, they need my attention. I noticed that I did go on a couple of trips this year and it was sometimes nice to be out of it and refocus, sometimes it was the opposite and my focus on the core business slipped. Lastly; You also need to stay focused when things aren't looking good. The past two months have been hell for me because sales fell back dramatically. Coupled with Murphy's law, that's when cars start breaking down, insurance doesn't cover damages, some debt collectors came knocking with a court order... Not exactly what I needed at times, but still trying to focus on the task at hand is a daily chore.
Dump The Body Well, this sounds more dramatic than it is. However, I had a partner. I no longer do. When your partner isn't putting in the work, but expects to get paid, that is not a partner. If that partner is unable to hand you the cash some customers paid, that is a red flag. If you feel like your job is twice as hard because you are doing your job AND checking his work, that is not a good partner. Cut dead weight. It helped me commit and continue the growth of my company.
don't feel bad You miss your targets, and you will walk out of meetings where you got your ass kicked. You'll also lose customers over something silly (in my case; a first time customer ordered tortillas, I sent them out in time but since customer didn't check their mails and got antsy, they bought flour tortillas elsewhere. Came back to me and asked ME for a discount. I am already running low margins AND the product I sold is still good for quite some time, so I refused the discount. Customer decided she will never ever buy from me again nor promote my business). It's also rough when you still have to pay some suppliers and your bank account is empty. For weeks on end. Or when you have a whole month where it seems like nobody is placing orders. Any orders at all. Don't feel bad, but just keep grinding.
cover the track with cash This is a great songtitle, but a bad idea. Try to keep as much cash IN your company. Don't spend on trivial stuff just yet, but keep it in case you have to weather some bad times. I didnt do that and that was a big mistake. I didnt spend frivolously, but sometimes I wish I saved my money, those 20-40-50 euros. At the end they would have made the difference.
catch your breath and have a cigarette If you don't smoke, that's fine. give in to other vices. Have a nice glass of wine, beer, whiskey, whatever you like. Go away from your computer and on to the beach, the trail, in the forest. Take a break, stop, look, listen and learn. That's something I had to learn but it helped. It inspired me to stop working and go look at other things. Just like an architect that never visits museums or other buildings won't be a great architect, I need to go elsewhere and find my inspiration again. I catch my breath elsewhere; not in my office, despite the fact I LOVE what I do.
Accept What You've Done, Accept Who You Are It's not always easy to translate a vision into reality. In my case, I have been a big idiot before I ever got started and ran myself into a deficit. This made it much harder for me to run this business as there are no reserves. I sometimes wish I had been smarter. I sometimes cuss myself out for screwing up on a lead or taking the wrong orders... But at the end of the day, I stand tall and am happy with what I am doing. I accept that it is what it is and try to focus, focus, focus on whatever else is at hand. I am learning daily and hopefully in my third year, I can go from loss (first year) via break even (2nd year, hopefully) to profit next year. If anything, I doubt it will be because of my work ethic. If I don't have enough cash, I will get it elsewhere by doing odd jobs here and there. If you have any questions, shoot, happy to answer!
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