In China, it has recently been announced that tax concessions for expatriate employees will be extended, providing clarity and a period of certainty for many companies managing foreign employees in the country.
How do you pay your international assignees? We discuss what it is to pay gross and whether it is a suitable alternative to paying net.
Tax equalisation allows employees on assignment to effectively pay the same amount of tax they would have if they had remained at home. This figure is known as 'hypotax'.
Towards the end of year our teams have been busy analysing and updating all the data in our reports and calculators. We have created a summary to feature the latest updates and developments in the past 12 months.
Here we look at some tax concession examples and highlight some recent changes, with a special focus on the tax system overhaul in Belgium from earlier this year.
Will an individual's spending power be maintained if they move to work in a different country? This free white paper compares local salaries for managers in 58 countries in terms of relative buying power, showing at a glance which international moves will be viable on local terms.
We have taken a look at how post-Brexit agreements between the EU and UK will affect future assignments, and in particular the impact on social security contributions.
In this guest article from Global Tracker, we look at the economic employer approach and the different issues that it can cause for assignees.
We look at the advantages and disadvantages of tax equalisation and tax protection to help you decide the best option for your organisation.
Michael Witkowski is joined by guest speakers from Global Tax Network, Elements Global Services and Envoy Global to explore new mobility tax and immigration issues that companies now have to consider for remote workers.