One of the most unpleasant surprises a global mobility manager may encounter is receiving an unexpected request to pay a large tax payment on behalf of a tax equalized assignee. With the right tax accrual process in place, you can avoid those unpleasant tax payment surprises.
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When they are working outside the United States, most US citizens and permanent residents (i.e., green card holders) will be required to file income tax returns in both their Host country and in the United States. Filing two sets of returns can be a headache for the taxpayer, but it does not necessarily mean that they will be taxed twice on the income earned while working abroad.