As part of your regular cross-border and international business, you may send your employees on assignments to countries all around the world.
When your company is weighing the costs and benefits of such assignments, it's important to be aware of the different tax implications in each country you send people to, both for your employees and for your company.
To help you understand these tax implications, KPMG in Canada has launched the 2011 edition of Thinking Beyond Borders: Management of Extended Business Travelers.
Thinking Beyond Borders includes information on:
KPMG is here to help - please contact us using the form above for more information on how we can help you understand how these tax compliance issues affect your specific situation.
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|Belgium||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Brazil|
|Czech Republic||Denmark||Dominican Republic|
|Montenegro||Panama||Papua New Guinea|
|South Korea||Spain||Sri Lanka|
|United States of America||Uruguay||Vietnam|