With increasing globalization and the expansion of cross-border business activities, U.S. employees are often relocating to work in foreign countries. U.S. expatriate employees typically may work in a foreign country for a U.S. company or for a foreign subsidiary company or foreign affiliate of the U.S. employer. There are certain U.S. federal tax considerations that may impact both the U.S. employee and employer when employees work in a foreign country.
A significant consideration is whether the U.S. employee will remain on the payroll of the U.S. employer. Regular U.S. federal Form W-2 reporting will apply if the employee …read more
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