International Payroll for Compensation of U.S. Expatriates and Impatriates

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A U.S. company may face international payroll challenges when it sends U.S. employees to work in a foreign country or if it engages foreign individuals to work in the United States. Some U.S. payroll service providers do not have the capability to address the specific U.S. employment tax and payroll reporting issues that often arise in these situations.

The U.S. requirements that apply typically depend on whether the individual workers are employees or independent contractors. The individual worker’s classification as a U.S. citizen, resident or nonresident also will determine how the compensation is reported. Another critical factor is whether the work …read more

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