International Payroll Compliance Issues
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The emergence of the global economy has created opportunities for a large number of companies to expand internationally.
This has resulted in an increase in cross-border transfer of their employees, thereby creating a host of challenges for companies that must administer payrolls in different jurisdictions with a myriad of reporting and tax withholding rules.
Companies must find a way to manage the global payroll and human resource issues this creates in the most efficient manner possible.
This topic will highlight many of the payroll issues that companies will encounter and provide suggestions for improving payroll compliance and efficiency in an area that can be highly labor intensive and complex.
- Compensation Accumulation
- Reportable vs. Nonreportable
- Taxable vs. Nontaxable
- Reporting Periods
- IRS Activity
Social Security Taxes
- Federal and State
- Non-U.S. Reporting
- General Rules
- Totalization Agreements
- General Rules
- State (SUTA) Issues
About The Presenter
- Bonuses and Equity Compensation
- Payments to Nonresidents
- Director with Deloitte Tax LLP and is the practice leader for the International Assignment Services group in St. Louis
- More than 30 years of experience in assisting companies from a diverse range of industries in managing the tax affairs of their international assignees
- Spent nine years living in Belgium and coordinated tax compliance and consulting services for multinational clients located in continental Europe
- Was a U.S. expatriate himself for six years and was then localized into the Belgian firm, thereby providing Bill with a unique understanding, personally and professionally, of the issues faced by both the expatriate employee and their employer
- Has made presentations to the St. Louis HRMA – International roundtables, the St. Louis Gateway Association of Payroll Professionals, Bloomberg BNA webinars, Lorman Education Services webinars and Mercer Midwest Roundtables on various international tax and HR topics
- Certified Public Accountant in Missouri; also serves on the Board of the Fathers Support Center St. Louis
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