Global mobility alert April 2013
Welcome to the first Mazars Global Mobility Alert. Although in many parts of the world we are still facing the impact of a financial and economic crisis companies are not yet cutting back on the number of employees they send on international assignments. Simply because they realise, if they want to survive in the increasingly international marketplace, they have to ensure mobility is part of their global business strategy.
In response to the challenges, in this issue you can read about a change in the law of the United Kingdom regarding modified paye schemes and the changes of the legislation in the field of social security in the Netherlands and Belgium. All of these represent increasing complexity for companies but also opportunities to review current arrangements in order to minimise tax and social security burdens. We hope you enjoy reading our Global Mobility Alert and welcome any feedback, ideas and remarks.
Table of contents
- Increased Belgian social security exemption for expatriates
- A reduced benefit of salary split per 2013 in the Netherlands
- Real time information and expatriate payrolls in the United Kingdom