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Aug 29, 2013

Going Global: A Primer on Tax and Corporate Issues For Your Domestic and Foreign Business Operations

In today’s business world, it’s no longer a matter of if you will be conducting international business, but when. In light of this reality, Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., and Wilkin & Guttenplan, P.C., will be hosting a complimentary breakfast seminar on international business on Tuesday, September 24, 2013, from 8:00 to 10:00 am at the Bridgewater office of Norris McLaughlin and Marcus.» Read More

Apr 12, 2012

PART V. Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility – Labor & Employment Issues

Previously, we published PART III, III, and IV of our series, Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility.  Here is Part V, our last in the series, on issues to be considered when developing a Global Executive Mobility Strategy:

Labor and Employment Issues – Certain foreign countries require formal employment contracts for expatriate executives on assignment and employers need to fully understand the larger implications of such requirements.» Read More

Apr 03, 2012

PART IV. Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility – Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Issues

Previously, we published PART III, and III of our series, Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility.  Here is Part IV, another issue to consider when developing a Global Executive Mobility Strategy:

Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Issues – Generally, companies seek to maintain continuity of benefit coverage and parity of compensation for assigned executives in relation to similarly situated home country executives .» Read More

Mar 22, 2012

PART III. Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility – Tax Issues

Previously, we published PART I & II of our series, Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility.  Here is Part III, another issue to consider when developing a Global Executive Mobility Strategy:

Tax issues related to the executive’s foreign assignment are complicated and can potentially create concerns for both the employer and the executive. For instance, the executive’s activities on behalf of the employer could potentially create a taxable presence in the foreign jurisdiction for such employer and thereby create the risk of double taxation.» Read More

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