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Federal Judge Rules SALT Cap Is Not Unconstitutionally Coercive

Oct 11, 2019 @ 02:00 AM / by Jeremy Piccoli

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that went into effect January 1, 2018 included a provision that limited the amount of state and local taxes (SALT) that are deductible for Federal tax purposes to $10,000 per year (previously uncapped). The SALT limit disproportionately impacted middle-to-high income residents of high-tax states that pay more than the new $10,000 limit.

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Employee share schemes and shadow payrolls: Impact from New Zealand tax changes

Aug 14, 2019 @ 03:30 PM / by Jeremy Piccoli

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There has been a small increase in the maximum contribution to the Accident Compensation Levy. The net effect is a small increase in tax for higher incomes. To simplify and modernize New Zealand’s tax administration, effective April 1, 2019, employers are required to file “employee income information” every pay cycle.

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Tax Collection Change in France: What you need to know! [update]

Aug 08, 2019 @ 01:30 AM / by Jeremy Piccoli

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A withholding tax system that was previously announced as taking effect as of January 1, 2018, went into force on January 1, 2019. The new withholding requirement will apply to many income types, including employment income.

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Salaries increase 28.9% due to major tax reform in Lithuania

Jul 30, 2019 @ 02:36 PM / by Jeremy Piccoli

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Major tax reform has been implemented in Lithuania for 2019. One goal of the changes is to shift the tax burden from employers to employees. Employer contributions to social security have been substantially reduced.

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What is the 183-day rule and how does it impact Global Mobility programs?

Jul 29, 2019 @ 10:25 AM / by Jeremy Piccoli

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The ‘183-day rule’ is a common fallacy among Global Mobility professionals, which assumes that there are no tax issues as long as the individual is not present in a Host location for more than 183 days.

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Part 2 of 5: Business Travelers, Commuters, and Tax Implications

Jul 01, 2019 @ 12:05 AM / by Gerald Abbey

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International business travelers and commuters are two of the fastest growing types of international mobility. Designed to meet global short-term business objectives, they also provide organizations with opportunities to address other important goals such as talent development and greater flexibility for both the business and assignee. Join us to learn more about:

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How should your business structure compensation for international mobility? [webinar]

May 21, 2019 @ 05:30 AM / by Michelle Curran

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In this third session, we discuss taxation of deferred compensation, social security and the application of totalization agreements, and compensation structuring for international mobility. Listen to the recording of this great event now!

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U.S. Residual Tax and the Impact on Global Mobility Programs [Download]

May 08, 2019 @ 09:51 AM / by Jeremy Piccoli

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The United States has the ignominious distinction of being one of only two countries in the world (along with Eritrea) that implements citizenship-based worldwide individual taxation.

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The Gulf Cooperation Council and Collective Tax Reforms: What you need to know!

Apr 25, 2019 @ 07:40 PM / by Morgan Grenier

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The GCC and collective tax reforms: Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member countries first agreed to collective tax reforms in 2016, including directives to implement a VAT of 5%, as well as excise taxes, also known as selective taxes, and commonly referred to as “sin taxes.”

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3-Part Mobility Tax Webinar Series - CE Credit and Open Registration!

Apr 25, 2019 @ 03:12 PM / by Michelle Curran

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In the second installment of this 3-part series, we will discuss: - Taxation of typical assignment types - An introduction to tax equalization/protection - Taxation of short-term assignees and business travelers - Application of tax treaties

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