WHY OVERLOOKING TALENT MOBILIZATION CAN INCREASE YOUR COSTS AND RISK

To say that mobility teams are underutilized would, in many cases, be an understatement. Although they’re often inundated with work, many...

 

Minimizing the tax bill’s impact on transferees – IRS Clarifications

It’s been just over six months since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went into effect, and although the dust hasn’t...

 

Yet another tax headache – U.S. interstate business travel

Interstate Tax – Not that long ago, interstate business travel in the United States wasn’t yet the tax headache it’s become...

 

Cost Estimates help measure International Assignment ROI and avoid costly “surprises”

Measuring the return on investment for international assignments is notoriously difficult, but obtaining cost estimates before they begin can help companies...

 

Global Tax, Immigration, and Employment: How Companies Can Stay Compliant

Employment Non-compliance: All host country employers are obligated to comply with domestic labor laws for both local and expat employees.

 

Corporate Relocation – A shifting tide of political opinions could set corporations adrift

Corporate Relocation - This year is going to be one of great changes for the country, and a number of political and economic factors will determine where companies end up.

 

Check Out Grant Thornton’s Guide to Business Relocation

Is your company considering a move, all or in part? If so, are you aware of the costs and potential consequences?...

Three Expatriate Compensation Approaches

Expatriate Compensation – A good compensation package is one that is considered fair by an expatriate, but it must also be...

What are Localization, Local, and Local-Plus Assignment Packages?

Localization Packages – As organizations continue to expand their global presence, there is still a need to export corporate culture as...