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Tax Planning for a Move Abroad

Relocation TaxationThis article is reprinted from Taxolutions with permission from Rowland, Johnson & Company, P.A.

Many Americans are considering moving abroad to take advantage of professional and personal opportunities in a global economy. But as a U.S. citizen living in a foreign country, your tax situation may become more complex, especially because the U.S. requires all of its citizens and green card holders living abroad to continue to file returns in the U.S., and pay taxes on their worldwide income. Depending on the source and level of your income, however, you may be entitled to a number of tax breaks, chiefly designed to keep you from being taxed doubly by your adopted country, as well as the United States. Whether you actually come out ahead on taxes will depend on which country you work in and its tax rates, along with your individual financial and employment situations.

How to Effectively Customize Your Relocation Program (Free Whitepaper)

How to Customize Your Relocation Program

We are excited today to introduce our latest whitepaper, How to Effectively Customize Your Relocation Program. As many of you know, the first quarter of every year is a great time for HR, procurement and relocation managers to assess their current relocation programs and see if they are meeting the needs of both their transferees and their budgets.

Top 10 Ways Your Relocation Program Lost Money in 2012 (free eBook)

Top 10 Ways Your Relocation Program Lost Money in 2012Good morning, friends! It’s hard to believe, but we are rounding the corner towards 2013 already. In honor of year-end (and all of the budget conversations you are likely having), we  have published a new relocation eBook. If you are  wondering why we are blogging early this week, the answer is simple. We are just too excited to wait another day – we wanted to share it with you all now.

Seven Steps to Survive the Transition Between Relocation Providers (Free Whitepaper)

Earlier this year, we wrote a whitepaper on the common reasons why companies decide to evaluate their relocation programs – and their relocation partners. We were seeing a flurry of proposal activity from a variety of different sectors, which led us to believe that the companies, previously steadfast on service partnership, were now looking for a better option. Given economic fluctuations, turmoil abroad, cost-cutting efforts and a need for greater service, this was understandable. What started as a due diligence exercise, has led many of these companies to draw anchor and change course.

5 Essential Steps to Survive the Relocation Busy Season (Free eBook)

5 Essential Steps to Survive the Relocation Busy SeasonIt’s mid-April and we know what that means! Taxes are due, spring flowers are blooming and you’ve just realized that 100 of your employees all need to be moved during the summer months. Panicked? Don’t be. You are not alone.

The Landlord Predicament

We are officially half way through 2011. Where’s the economic turnaround that we were all hoping for? Apparently, it’s hiding. Recent news reports of stalled foreclosures, sinking home prices and cluttered markets are enough to make even this Pollyanna feel glum. Earlier in the year, economists predicted that the housing market would weigh down an economic rebound – and they were right. We can expect to see more underwater mortgages, foreclosures and loss on sale for years to come. Consequently, more homeowners will opt to rent out their homes. As this is not a decision to be made lightly, we’ve outlined considerations for renting out a home in the whitepaper linked below.


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