Employee Finance & Tax

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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.

Latest Employee Finance News

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UK gender pay gap at lowest level since 2018

Initial analysis reveals the UK gender pay gap has reduced to 9.1% after record numbers of large employers reported their gender pay gaps ahead of the 4 April deadline.

Latest Tax News

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Think Women’s 40 Outstanding Global Women 2023 - Ann Ellis, Mauve

To celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March, Relocate Global is profiling women leading internationally in their field. Entrepreneur Ann Ellis, co-founder and CEO of global workforce solutions company, Mauve, is the next addition to our series.


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UK sees only marginal GDP slowdown

The UK economy shrank in the second quarter by much less than economists had been forecasting, according to official figures published on Thursday.
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UK recession warning as rates rise

Business groups reacted with grim resignation on Thursday as the Bank of England raised the base interest rate by half a percentage point to 1.75%, representing the biggest rise in 27 years and the highest rate in the UK since 2008.
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ECB set to force more relocations from UK

More senior figures in UK-based investment banks could be forced by the European Central Bank to relocate to post-Brexit hubs established in the eurozone.

Foreign Exchange

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Bank of England raises interest rates by 0.25%

The long-anticipated move returns the UK base rate to its pre-EU referendum level as inflation exceeds its target and unemployment is at an historic low.

Global Cost of Living

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Bern takes top spot in international expat liveability index

With clean air and low crime rates, Bern remains the most liveable city for European expatriates in the latest Location Ratings Report from ECA International.
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