With the unprecedented economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, many corporations and global mobility programs have felt the effects of immigration restrictions, national lockdowns, and social distancing regulations. As the mobility industry navigates economic relief packages and disaster relief benefits, with an eye towards economic recovery, it has become difficult to keep up with constantly changing tax compliance issues.
This year, Ineo will breakdown the impact of Covid-19 not only on international travel but the tax and financial implications every global mobility program should be aware of when advising their mobile employees. Temporary assignment and extended business traveler tax compliance are, potentially, the top tax issues in 2022. This year’s global pandemic will significantly change the way transferees and assignees and the companies that move them treat taxes for year-end 2022. Now, mobility program managers are looking to understand how to maximize their program’s efficiency and strengthen their compliance as year-end is, yet again, right around the corner.
Join our 35th Annual Mobility Tax, Legal & Payroll webinar so we can provide clarity on the most complicated tax changes that happened this year. We will not only discuss the new tax laws and their mobility effects, but we will also provide you with suggested policy language, cost implications, and the industry's best practices for tax, payroll, human resources, and talent management professionals.
This event is approved for 2 credit hours. Registration and attendance required to receive credits for CPE, CEU, CRP, GMS & Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.