2019 is starting with a bang! From the ongoing U.S. Government shutdown, to the uncertainty around the looming Brexit deadline, to the impact on immigration from the global shift towards nationalism/protectionism, there are a number of significant issues within the U.S. and abroad that can potentially affect your mobile workforce.
Companies who can commit to being flexible and innovative in their approaches to talent management, and who truly recognize the value of a diverse workforce, are positioning themselves for a stronger growth trajectory by developing a more engaged, and cohesive employee environment.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went into effect on January 1, 2018, and made significant changes to the nation’s tax code, reducing tax rates, increasing the standard deduction and limiting deductions for property taxes.
We’ve always known that our colleagues provide nothing less than Legendary Service to the relocating families they work with. What’s particularly inspiring to us – especially at this time of year – is the enthusiasm with which they also embrace helping those in need in their communities.
When it comes to relocation, finding suitable housing can be one of the more stressful aspects for the family. In the U.S. in particular, the housing market is very diverse in terms of availability, cost and style.
The end of the year is finally upon us, and one of the more prominent holidays is Christmas. Typically Christmas is associated with fir trees, presents, Santa, the birth of Jesus, holiday cheer and togetherness, and fried chicken.
As the only relocation management company with its own fully-integrated expat tax practice, we take great pride in our ability to keep clients updated on the latest tax rulings and ramifications, especially as they relate to workforce mobility.