Virtually all companies with a mobile workforce require technology to assist in managing their mobility program. This technology often includes features such as dashboards that allow you to monitor an employee’s tax information in near-real time, portals that enable your taxpayers to upload tax documents, and/or tracking capabilities that assist in monitoring mobile employees’ locations. But just having up-to-date access to this information is rarely a complete solution to the tax compliance issues that often accompany a mobile workforce.
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Companies that plan to send employees outside of their Home country should first know about the possible tax complexities that may result from the use of an international workforce. Here are five things employers need to know before sending employees abroad.