Tax implications of an international assignment
INSIGHT ARTICLE |
You are off to another country to boost your career. While it may not be the first thing on your mind, a meeting with your tax advisors should be on your agenda. Your advisors can help you understand both home and host country tax implications, what documents will be required from you, and how to plan for foreign and domestic tax contingencies.
To help, we’ve gathered the responses of RSM global employer services professionals regarding questions asked by U.S. expatriates heading off to their international assignments. Their pragmatic advice covers a wide range of issues, including:
- Pre-assignment considerations
- Compensation changes
- Tax return filings
- Federal, state and social tax implications
- Tax equalization
We think you’ll find the guidance in this white paper will be helpful as you prepare for the next chapter in your career. Good luck on your international assignment!
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