Business is now a global affair and, as such, companies which operate cross-border are likely to have members of staff spending time in different locations, requiring expat tax advice.
One of the most pressing areas of risk involved with operating a globally-mobile workforce is ensuring compliance with the various tax laws and regulations of wherever you are active. This doesn’t stop at visa applications. For international businesses, this means ensuring your employees are paying the right tax, and level of taxes, within the right jurisdictions at the right time.
Planning before the move is essential for your employees as they need to understand the impact that the move will have on their finances and will not want to be left worse off or get stung by hidden tax charges.