It's time to reduce the administrative burden of researching and calculating allowances, and ensure consistency across your organization! Now you can:
With the upcoming release of AIRINC's 2019 Mobility Outlook Survey, we wanted to look back at the previous year to rank the top downloads from our extensive Global Mobility library. Below, you'll find the top 5 reports that have helped shape and share our views on where mobility is going in 2019 and beyond.
January marks the beginning of the United States tax filing season, with employers required to issue annual Form W-2s no later than January 31. However, with the partial government shutdown creeping into tax filing season, early filers may not see U.S. tax refunds in a timely manner.
Please join our upcoming webinar featuring guest speaker Joris Cauwenberghs, Expatriate Compensation & Policy, Procter and Gamble!
The results from our recent Lump Sum Pulse Survey are in! The survey explored how companies are determining and delivering lump sums, and the pros and cons with this approach. Companies report using a Lump Sum approach for the following reasons:
The United States Internal Revenue Service has announced transitional tax relief for certain moving expenses. This guidance (IRS Notice 2018-75) is for employer reimbursements made after December 31, 2017 for qualified moving expenses incurred for a work-related move that occurred prior to January 1, 2018.
Take our 10-minute Pulse Survey to find out how other companies are managing lump sum allowances!
Lump sums are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to expense reimbursement across domestic and international mobility programs. Although companies frequently substitute cash allowances for reimbursement of individual mobility expenditures (such as loss on auto sale),