Before sending United States citizens to work overseas, organizations should consider the complex tax consequences for themselves as well as their most valued asset, their employees. Those working abroad may be under the mistaken impression that living outside the U.S. shields them from annual federal and state tax reporting in the U.S and/or shields them from host country taxation given the nature of their work. To mitigate this risk and ensure your organization’s tax compliance, which policies and procedures should employers implement for a smooth overseas assignment or relocation? Which compliance issues are the greatest burden for employers and their employees? What trends may be on the horizon? What changes should you expect with the passage of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA) in December 2017?
Join Humentum and Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs for an overview of common expatriate tax issues and an overview of the complex expatriate HR areas organizations face.
Our international tax professionals will discuss: