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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Relocation Volumes Peak and More Fun Facts from the Worlwide ERC

Each year in the Fall I look forward to reading the Worldwide ERC Transfer Volume and Cost Survey.  After reading this year’s survey, I wanted to write about some of the highlights that I think are important, mostly because they can be a good tell for the future of relocation. Even though this survey collects data that is almost a year old – this year’s data is from 2011 – I think it’s still relevant and interesting.

How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Abroad (Thai Style)

Kayla, a friend of mine, is currently an expat living in Thailand. When she moved there in October, she was excited about the opportunity, but also a little bummed about missing her favorite American holidays, including the upcoming Thanksgiving. The question comes around here every year, how will the expats celebrate the holidays abroad?

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.

Tax Series: Relocating Employees to Community Property States

David Oltman Relocation Tax ExpertA few weeks ago, I published a post about the tax uncertainty in Washington, D.C.  Unfortunately, the fiscal cliff continues to loom before us and I still cannot say definitively what will change. That said, however, I can hone in on some likely changes and promise to share them here.

We’ve already discussed the Medicare and capital gains tax that will probably go through in the New Year. You can find that post here – it’s the first of a series of relocation tax articles I will post here. Today I want to discuss the second issue I see coming down the pipe: community property states.

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