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    Author Christopher Hall

     
    Chris joined GTN in 2009 and serves as Managing Director of the Atlantic region and its comprehensive expatriate tax services. He has more than 19 years of expatriate tax experience, and his analytical approach to data and straightforward manner is reflected in how he handles each unique tax or program issue - logically and rigorously until he finds the right answer. +1.917.470.9132 | chall@gtn.com
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    Practical Solutions for Work Anywhere Mobility Tax Issues

    The following is a transcription of a webcast, “The Next Step: Practical Solutions for Work Anywhere Mobility Tax Issues,” recorded in June 2020. This webcast showcased some of GTN’s industry experts: Chris Hall, Managing Director for GTN’s Atlantic region; David Livitt, National Practice Leader for GTN’s Business Traveler Services; and Brett Sipes, Managing Director for GTN’s Pacific region. This panel discussed practical solutions to mobility tax issues that may occur when implementing a remote worker or work anywhere policy.

    DIY Expats – Tax Support for Off Program Moves

    It’s been over twenty years since I made my own global mobility move, relocating from the UK to the US. Back then, I was a lowly minion at one of the accounting giants at that time. To say my relocation package was sparse would be an understatement. I received a bit of temporary housing support when I first arrived and that was pretty much it. Off I went. Even from a distance of over two decades, I still remember the stress of the move and trying to get myself situated. Little did I realize that I would be the precursor to a growing trend in global mobility—the self-requested move with little or no company assistance.

    Remote Working – the New Mobility

    To say these are unprecedented times would be something of an understatement. GTN, along with our friends and affiliates in the mobility industry, was built on the movement of human capital around the globe for business. To date, the worldwide spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is proving to be the exact opposite with countries shutting borders, banning travel, and restricting social interaction.