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    Author Sajjad Abadin

     
    Sajjad began his career with GTN in 2014 and currently serves as Senior Manager in GTN’s Great Lakes region. He has nearly 15 years of experience in expatriate and foreign national tax preparation and consulting. He oversees multiple companies’ mobility tax programs as well as many independent assignees. Clients rely on Sajjad to expand their understanding of complex mobility tax issues, and they put trust in his ability to coordinate and manage the intricacies of their specific mobility programs. sabadin@gtn.com | +1.708.887.0275
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    How to Seamlessly Transition to a New Global Mobility Tax Services Provider

    If your company is considering a switch to a new mobility tax services provider, there are several factors that should be considered before making a change—but transition difficulties should not be one of them. There could be any number of reasons you are thinking about making a change, and most providers are experienced in making that transition while ensuring their clients and mobile employees suffer no interruptions in their mobility tax services.

    Avoid These Common Mobility Tax Mistakes

    Employers are increasingly turning to mobile employees to fulfill their international staffing needs, but many companies fail to understand the complexity, costs, and compliance obligations that result from cross-border employment. The following are common mobility tax mistakes we encounter the most that are made by employers with mobile employees and tips for avoiding them.