This TaxWatch webcast will look into the key aspects of the year end process and address the specific challenges and potential solutions to reporting compensation for your globally mobile workforce as well as your U.S. based employees.
Companies are changing the way they manage globally mobile employees. The need to attract, engage, and retain top talent, as well as maximize the employee experience is in the forefront. This video addresses several of the key issues companies are facing. Global Mobility Services offer an array of services to help companies become future ready.
News. Insight. Guidance. That’s what it takes to stay current with all the developments that may affect your organization’s global mobility programs. Our Mobility via podcast series brings you topics related to the challenges and opportunities existing in the global mobility space. Stay tuned!
KPMG LLP’s Global Mobility Technology Services practice has released a KPMG LINK Cost Projector update to include a new incremental cost report designed to reflect true assignment costs and exclude base compensation.
New Social Security Totalization Agreement between the U.S. and Brazil entered into force at the end of 2018. As a result, the U.S. Social Security Administration began accepting requests for Certificates of Coverage for U.S. individuals going to work in Brazil.
Many taxpayers will feel the impact of the U.S. tax reform law passed in December 2017 (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1)) in their tax returns to be filed by April 15, 2019. Several of the measures affect the tax rates, thresholds, deductions, and credits that individuals – including those on international assignment – are used to. In this nine-minute video, KPMG professionals discuss some of the key measures and their impact on individuals on international assignment.