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It's too bad onstartups is closing ... I guess we can allow question on taxation on small business. At times we do have and answer questions on Sole Proprietorship ... The only question we need to ask is "Do we have enough expertise in small business" if not then we would have a bunch of question that are unanswered, this can be bad for the site as people ...


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I have answered a number of tax-related questions on Expas@SE after the mods there refused to suggest migrating them here. I do believe, however, that these questions would be better suited here, on money@SE. Most "originals" at expats@SE come from Travel@SE and have very little to none knowledge of tax or financial issues that expats have to actually deal ...


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We're not going to be opening a migration path any time soon, we don't usually do that while a site is in beta. There is a bit of overlap here, but expats is for people that have finance complications that are intrinsic to living in a country other than their own. In fact, the whole scope of the site is every day life, just with those strange twists that ...


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Although OnStatups is gone, a new startups.stackexchange.com site is now in public beta, after having gathered sufficient momentum in the Area 51 community-driven site creation process and the subsequent private beta. Quoting Startups SE - Advancing To Public Beta: Startups SE now has as long as it takes to work through the public beta phase, provided ...


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