Let’s face it, many people find taxes to be intimidating, time consuming, and confusing. Why else would so many people procrastinate when it comes to filing their taxes? Then, add in the intricacies when taxpayers are dealing with multiple tax jurisdictions—due to an international transfer, international assignment, business travel, or even remote work—and the complexities skyrocket. When employees work outside of their Home location, delivering timely communications can go a long way in managing risks and providing an exceptional employee experience—helping you retain top talent and providing essential duty of care to your workforce. Below, we outline key items you should be discussing with your remote workers, business travelers, and/or international transferees or assignees.