Global Mobility

US Tax Reform: Implications for U.S. expatriates

In our series of blogs on U.S. Tax Reform, we have focused on the emerging corporate tax issues for non-U.S. headquartered, multinationals with operations in the U.S. In this article, we consider the potential implications for U.S. Expatriates and companies sending employees on assignment to the U.S.
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Globally mobile employees: what are the key risks to address?

The latest global mobility survey from KPMG Switzerland highlights how global mobility has evolved during the past decade, the key risks which all employers with internationally mobile employees should be addressing today, and what companies could do to improve their mobility policies and processes.
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Grosse Ungewissheit in den Schweizer Wirtschaftsregionen

Die Schweizer Wirtschaft ist verunsichert. Wir haben die Spitzenvertreter von 10 kantonalen Handels- und Industriekammern nach den grössten Herausforderungen für ihre jeweiligen Wirtschaftsregionen befragt.
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Foreign work assignments as financial risks

Secondments abroad contain financial risks for the home company. A secondment does not exclusively impact the employee and his administrative situation - the activity of the employee has also a direct impact on the taxes and social security of the home company.
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Sending employees abroad – what you need to know

Sending employees abroad might constitute a permanent establishment abroad, i.e. the Swiss entity becomes liable to income tax in the host country.
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Managing a mobile workforce in a changing economy

KPMG Switzerland has recently published its annual mobility survey, which provides insights into how Swiss companies are managing their globally mobile workforces. The survey highlights how changes in legislation combined with the fast pace of change in the global economy are influencing the ways companies design and run their mobility programs.
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