Together discussed some essential tax concepts useful to global mobility managers including the following:
- An Introduction to Tax Equalization and Tax Protection -
- Managing International Assignment Tax Costs
- Taxation of Short-Term Assignees, Business Travelers, and Remote Workers
- Application of Tax Treaties
During our session, our moderator Pat Jurgens took some time to ask our audience about their insights in several polling questions.
Poll #1 Which tax support does your company primarily provide?
68% - Home-Based Tax Equalization
51% - Tax Gross-up on Allowances
18% - Tax Protection
15% - Only tax return preparation
12% - I don’t know
Poll #2 Does your company manage remote worker risk globally?
44% - Yes, we are on top of it
26% - We have started to do something
11% - No
9% - We are thinking about it but haven’t done anything
10% - I don’t know
Poll #3 Who looks after your business travelers internally?
33% - Human Resources or Mobility
9% - Travel or Payroll
1% - Immigration
2% - Corporate Tax
54% - All or a combination of the above
Poll #4 Using an income tax treaty avoids all taxes in the host jurisdiction.
3% - True
97% - False
We were thrilled to receive outstanding feedback from our participants during the session, and we are excited to address all the thought-provoking questions that were raised. The session is available to watch again here.
The Mobility Tax Summer School sessions conclude in August.
Mobility Tax 301 - August 8 - 10:00 AM Boston / 4:00 PM Brussels
- Taxation of deferred compensation, including:
- Social security and the application of totalization agreements
- Compensation structuring for international mobility