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International Taxation of Employment. Transactions S.

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Sweet & Maxwell
Published: 28th Mar 1995
Dimensions: h 230mm
Weight: 560g
ISBN-10: 075200090X
ISBN-13: 9780752000909
Barcode No: 9780752000909
Synopsis
Highly authoritative guidance on tax planning strategies for managing expatriate employees. It tackles a wide range of taxation issues related to international remuneration packages, including: * human resources issues and taxation * structuring the contract * equalising the tax rates in different countries * basic tax rules * tax planning for expatriation and repatriation * relocation issues The various legal and financial consequences of expatriate packages are examined, such as the implication of repatriation, and problem solving is topic led - not jurisidiction-by-jurisdicition. The text draws heavily on case studies, worked examples, checklists, planning points, diagrams and specimen clauses, to provide a practical manual. * * draws heavily on case studies, worked examples, checklists, planning points, diagrams and specimen clauses - making it easy to refer to and read. * transactionally oriented * a practitioner to practitioner writing style * bridges the gap between the traditional reference book approach to the subject and the more practically oriented, yet expensive conference approach * Provides practical guidance to tax-planning for expatriate employment and remuneration * Contains full explanation of the legal and financial issues * Draws heavily on case studies, worked examples, checklists, planning points, diagrams, specimen clauses, etc * Written by a team of specialists in taxation of renumeration pack

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This extremely thorough handbook is designed to cover all aspects of the international tax and employment scene, and will be of use both to employers and their workforce. PLC Magazine