AIRINC and Global Tax Network are bringing you a three-part webinar series this summer on mobility tax. If you are an HR Professional, a Global Mobility Professional, or a Global Tax Professional, then these sessions are for you!

NOTE: If a session doesn't work with your schedule or time zone, please register to receive a link to the recording.
Each session is eligible for 1 CRP/GMS credit and 1 CPE credit. Information for CRP/GMS credits will be provided after each session.
Please note: to qualify for CPE credits, you must attend the session live, and participate in all webinar polls during the live session

Essential Tax Support for Inbound Employees to the U.S.A.

July 25 - 10:00 AM Boston / 4:00 PM Brussels

Register: Mobility Tax and the U.S.A.

Join us for a mobility tax update covering key tax considerations and best practices when bringing foreign national employees to the U.S.A., including:

  • Pre-assignment tax consultations
  • Tax preparation assistance
  • Gross-up methodology for taxable allowances
  • Unique U.S. tax complexities like foreign asset reporting
  • Tax benchmark results from AIRINC’s survey on International One-Way Transfers 

Download CPE credit details for Mobility Tax & the U.S.A.


Mobility Tax in the United Kingdom

August 8 - 10:00 AM Boston / 4:00 PM Brussels

Register: Mobility Tax and the U.K.

Join us for a session where we focus on the United Kingdom:

  • Post-U.K. Election Budget Tax Proposals and their impact on Global Mobility
  • Non-Domicile Scheme changes: How to plan for the tax changes
  • Looking back at Brexit: What’s next? Future of National Insurance Contributions and rate cuts
  • Detached Duty tax concession developments
  • Payroll changes – BIK’s, STBV’s, and Modified PAYE schemes

Mobility Tax & Equity

August 29 - 10:00 AM Boston / 4:00 PM Brussels

Register: Mobility Tax and Equity

Join us for a mobility tax update focusing on how international assignments impact equity compensation, including:

  • Mobile equity basics and fundamentals
  • How is equity taxed differently across the globe?
  • How do multinational companies track and process equity awards?
  • Current developments in legislation, including new T+1 Settlement Cycle mandated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
  • AIRINC’s mobility benchmark data on equity
If you have any queries regarding the intricate subject of global mobility tax, feel free to reach out to us.