Advising Potential Expatriate Clients: A Case Study
- International employees add legal twists to benefits. Burmeister, Edward D. // Corporate Legal Times;May98, Vol. 8 Issue 78, p48
Interviews several company lawyers on their views and comments on issues surrounding international employee benefits and global staff programs. View of Patricia A. Brandin of Amoco Corporation on benefit programs; View of Carol S. Hartman of Eli Lilly and Company on management-based global...
- DOD's blog: the changing face of expatriates. O'Donovan, Debi // Employee Benefits;5/24/2013, p7
A blog related to employee benefits for foreign workers is discussed.
- No place like home in benefits. Woolsey, Christine // Business Insurance;5/1/95, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p3
Cites the need for corporate risk management and human resource professionals to analyze expatriates' employee benefit needs. Ways to maximize the cost-effectiveness of providing expatriate employee benefits; Complexity of expatriate benefit problems; Reasons underlying expatriate benefit needs;...
- A family affair. Wickenden, Tony // Money Marketing;11/20/2008, p43
The article offers information on the employee benefit trust (EBT) in Great Britain. The author explains that this tax planning strategy has caught the attention of the Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC). He points out that it offers a way for a company to pay money into a trust for the...
- 'City staff are wasting Â£1.9bn in bonus taxes'. Shaw, Sam // Money Marketing;2/22/2007, p20
The article reports on the inefficiency of the city staff to manage their Â£1.9 billion bonus taxes in Great Britain. According to a survey, around 25,000 city workers are expected to bank Â£8.8 billion in bonuses before the tax year ends. MNFA Ltd., a firm regulated by the Financial...
- Nice guys do finish first if they're tax savvy. Alderman, Michael W. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);02/05/99, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p3B
Explains the tax planning advantages of employee fringe benefits. Eligibility of the benefits for exemption from employer payroll taxes; Types of tax-advantaged fringe benefits include employee achievement awards, education assistance programs, dependent care assistance programs and group term...
- Tinkering with the perks problems. Vieler, Geoffrey // Accountancy;Jan1980, Vol. 91 Issue 1037, p20
Reports the publication of Special Report Number 71 from Economist Intelligence Unit in Great Britain. Discussions on fringe benefits and tax saving opportunities; Inducement of payment for employment; Issues on problem of perks.
- BENEFITS SURGERY: Cutting costs. Bryant, Jon // Marketing Week;9/4/2008, Vol. 31 Issue 36, p23
The article provides an answer to a question of how to reduce benefits expenditure.
- Benefits Packages Important to U.S. Workers Around The Globe. Mazier, E.E. // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;10/8/2001, Vol. 105 Issue 41, pS-29
Discusses several employee benefits packages that companies can offer to expatriated workers. Top concerns of expatriated employees; Information on the benefits offered by CEIB, a unit of CIGNA Corp.; Pros and cons of home health plan.