Credit Union vs. Bank: What’s the Difference?

From the surface, banks are credit unions are very similar. They both have checking and savings account facilities; mortgages, personal loans, withdrawing money through ATMs, credit and debit cards, everything

Annual Fiscal Requirements for Foreign Companies in China

Surviving in the local Chinese market can be a difficult task due to a host of local laws, regulations, policies, and requirements that foreign entities have to comply with. Proper

The Employee Trade Secrecy Agreement: What It Means For Your WFOE in China

Switching or quitting jobs is a common practice all around the world, and China is no exception. Employees often leave the companies they work in for various reasons. For instance,

WFOE Organizational Structure – A Complete Guide

The Chinese economy has become the world’s largest, thanks to 30 years of continuous economic growth. The economy enjoyed double digit growth rates before 2013 and even after 2013, its

Why Transfer Bonds Can Be Difficult to Arrange

Having a loved one living in a different state can be quite stressful. It may make you feel like there isn’t much you can do to help you out if

Keeping up with Bail Bond Conditions: A tutorial

A bail is set by court to ensure that the defendant shows up for all court hearings, and to protect the community from potential dangers from the accused. As the

How Do Bail Bonds Work?

You’ve probably heard of bail bonds if someone around you has been arrested. You may have also heard on shows how the judge says, “Bail is set at $10,000!” But