Expatriate Services Report Featured

audalis hat an der Entwicklung mitgewirkt

audalis ist Member der Alliott-Group, die 1979 gegründet wurde und mittlerweile professionelle Kontakte von 170 Members in 70 Ländern pflegt.

In diesem Rahmen hat audalis intensiv im internationalen Gedankenaustausch an der Entwicklung des Expatriate Services Report mitgewirkt.

Der vorliegende Report vermittelt für die folgenden 29 Länder wesentliche Grundzüge die im Bereich der global-Mobility von Arbeitnehmern und Leitungsorganen zu beachten sind:

Österreich, Belgien, Zypern, Frankreich, Deutschland, Griechenland, Guernsey, Ungarn, Isle of Man, Italien, Malta Niederlande, Polen, Portugal, Rumänien, Spanien, Schweiz, Türkei, UK

Nord Amerika
Kanada, Mexiko, Puerto Rico, USA

Asiatischer Pazifik
Australien, China, Hong Kong, Indien, Neuseeland, Singapur

Für weitere Informationen zu Mitarbeiter-Entsendungen (Expatriate Service) und sonstigen global-Mobility-Themen stehen Ihnen als audalis Ansprechpartnern zur Verfügung:

Frau Carola Rausch (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) und Herr Christian Brütting (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


Press Release:

Expatriate Services Report Provides Reference Tool for Companies with Internationally Mobile Workforces
4 July 2016 -- A new Expatriate Services report is available from audalis international alliance (Alliott Group) for businesses involved in managing the challenges and opportunities presented by the global economy and the need to move employees across geographic borders to achieve international expansion goals.
The report, published by Alliott Group, a leading international alliance of professional services firms, in which audalis is the local affiliated member in Dortmund, Germany covers 29 countries and is targeted at the needs of senior executives working for internationally focused SME businesses and provides a reference tool on the mesh of interrelated tax, immigration and employment law issues that will be encountered by an internationally mobile workforce.
Olaf Becker audalis partner for international taxes, comments: “In today’s competitive global business world, employee mobility is crucial. Many governments have been creative in developing ‘impatriate’ schemes that aim to attract senior executives and world class leaders to live and work in their countries. However, to expand abroad successfully, companies need to be able to assign the right people to the right locations at the right time. A full appreciation of the correct tax and legal procedures in different countries will ensure companies and individuals save time and money and avoid the debilitating penalties that make the difference between an international assignment’s success or failure.”
Information in the report answers the types of questions handled on an almost daily basis by Alliott Group members, including:

  • What are the necessary formalities and procedures an employer must follow when assigning employees from one country to another?
  • Is a work permit or visa required in the host country?
  • What types of benefits can be provided to employees and what are the costs?
  • What is the impact of an international assignment and relocation on a social security scheme?
  • Which conditions and circumstances enable expatriates to benefit from tax advantages and exemptions in different jurisdictions?
  • How many days does a foreign individual need to spend in a different jurisdiction to be considered resident for tax purposes?

Olaf Becker adds: “The services available from Alliott Group member firms worldwide will help companies to better manage the mobility process, assess optimum remuneration packages and monitor cross border employment structures and company costs.”  


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