Global Mobility Alert November 2017

Welcome to the November 2017 issue of our Global Mobility Alert newsletter.Get insights about Tax Compliance scrutiny in China and new tax schemes in Ireland and Sweden.

Companies are looking to optimize employee benefits for their expat population, preferably at no tax cost. Governments are looking to boost local economy by attracting specialists and key personnel, preferably leading to additional tax revenue.

Both governments and companies are trying to find a balance between cost and revenue. This is not too simple. As an example, Ireland and Sweden introduce new share based tax benefits, while China needs to control the use of (tax facilitated) fringe benefits. 

In addition, we describe the potential benefits of expat tracking software, highlighting useful features to keeping your expat population in sight.

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