Impact of U.S. Tax Changes on Global Mobility

Helpful information from AIRINC’s tax experts

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Tax Cuts and
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United States Tax Changes

On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” into law. The comprehensive tax reform act contains provisions that affect individuals and employers of globally-mobile employees (as well as corporations). This update focuses on individual taxation…

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U.S. Domestic Mobility: Impact of recent changes to U.S. tax laws

Under the new U.S. tax laws, employer reimbursement of household goods shipment and final costs related to relocation are now considered taxable income to the employee. Although these changes could result in increased costs to companies, 91% of companies do not anticipate a change in the number of U.S. domestic moves…

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Webinar Recordings

How will U.S. tax
reform impact your
international and
domestic Mobility
Programs?

Access the recording of our webinar for an overview of the tax updates that specifically impact organizations with domestic and/or international moves.

This 45-minute webinar recording covers:

  • The specific tax changes that affect mobility and tax programs
  • Benefits that were considered non-taxable that are now taxable – and the impact on costs
  • Questions and answers

Tips From Our Tax Experts

Have the sweeping changes to U.S. tax code left you confused?

Are you aware of the next impact of tax costs across your mobility or relocation program?

  • The specific tax changes that affect mobility and tax programs
  • Benefits that were considered non-taxable that are now taxable – and the impact on costs
  • Questions and answers
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