Employee Finance & Tax

Whether they're Millennials starting out on their careers or middle managers or senior executives taking up a new post, relocating employees and international assignees need to hit the ground running if they are to maximise their employer's ROI.

Arranging their finances – from tax and banking to pensions and foreign exchange – can play an important part in helping international assignees settle quickly in their new environment and focus on their new role from day one. This section contains a wealth of practical financial guidance – essential reading for both employees and employers.

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Assignees to be hit with post-Brexit social security bill

National Insurance cost warnings for companies sending employees on international assignments to Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic. One accountant suggests costs could more than double.



How to choose a new school in the UK

Relocating with school-age children is one of the biggest challenges a family can face. To ease the process, our step-by-step guide to choosing a school suggests questions to ask on a school visit, with advice from the schools themselves.
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Bank of America shifts top staff to Paris

The Bank of America is to continue shifting staff to European hub cities, following an announcement that it will move a number of senior staff to Paris.
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Women face a ‘double glass ceiling’ in banking sector

The global banking sector poses several roadblocks for women seeking promotion to both management and executive roles, according to new research from SKEMA.

Global Cost of Living

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Expat costs in Asia hit new highs

Six of the top 10 most expensive cities for expats are in Asia Pacific region. What other cities are on the list - and what's driving the high cost of international assignments?
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