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Self employed in New York and spending time in Ireland…. Can I have Irish clients?

Hello- I’m a self-employed marketing consultant based in New York and I’m going to be spending months at a time in Ireland. Can I obtain Irish clients? What are the implications? Would they have to pay to my New York business address? Would they be able to pay me in euros? Could I then send checks in euros to my business account in the US? Any insight would be extremely helpful. I’ve never had international clients before! Thanks!

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About Richard Butler

Richard Butler has been marketing online since 1993. As well as having generated "affiliate" income, he also provides "done for you" solutions for small business owners & entrepreneurs: and has his only Web Hosting solution: He has also used his online skills in his Real Estate Investing business, where he is well known as the "video marketing" expert.

One Response to “Self employed in New York and spending time in Ireland…. Can I have Irish clients?”

  1. omarchavezmcse January 1, 2014 at 4:06 pm #

    Sure you can obtain Irish clients (or from anywhere in the world, actually). They could pay you in a variety of ways, but the easiest, safest, cheapest, is to ask that they remit payment via Wire Transfer to your US bank account. This is done easily at any bank and the money is received within 24 hours (usually within an hour).

    Most European businesses are used to paying this way so it’s not onerous or strange for them to hear that. Visit your local bank before your trip and they’ll give you a form you can give your clients with the correct routing number and details so the money gets to your account promptly.

    In summary, easiest way is to ask your clients to do a Wire Transfer (it costs you nothing, you’re already setup with your regular checking account and money is securely received usually in minutes).

    Good Irish Luck! ;-)

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