The emergence of cross border home working has meant that payroll tax and reporting issues typically associated with expats of large multinational organisations, are now arising through different working arrangements, involving employers and organisations that may have no international footprint at all. This trend will likely result in increased audit focus from tax authorities around the world, so dedicating time and attention to this area will be increasingly key to ensuring risk and costs are appropriately managed.
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