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Why Ineo?

Simple question. Easy answer: We know more about the things you need us to know.

More about the complexities of managing global mobility programs — and more about how to solve their inherent challenges. More about mobility software. More about tax. More about expense management and other mobility-related financial services solutions.

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Speaking Engagements

Seattle, Washington | October 17-19, 2018

Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium 2018

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The New 2018 Tax Guide

The Mobility Tax Advisor provides expert guidance for 2018 tax filing and 2019 projections.

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Tax Updates

New 2019 FICA Wage Base

The IRS has announced the following changes for 2019:


Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI): Benefits will increase by 2.8%


Social Security Wage Base: The limit will increase from $128,400 in 2018 to $132,900 in 2019


Medicare Rate: Same rate of 1.45% for Medicare and extra 0.09% for income exceeding $200,000 if Single or Head of Household, $250,000 if Married Filing Jointly, or $125,000 if Married Filing Separately.


For more information on these changes, please refer to the IRS update here.

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Mobility Tax Advisor – Tax Update 10/9/18

10/9/2018: South Carolina becomes a conforming state, meaning no moving expense deductions are available in tax year 2018.

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Subject Matters

Self-Service Policies Re-Emerge: An Assignee Can Be Their Own Travel Agent

The Rise of Travel Apps and Global Mobility

How can the rise of travel apps affect global mobility? Consider that in 2017 travel apps topped 175 billion downloads producing revenue above $86 billion according to TechCrunch. A fundamental reason for this rise is that apps are designed to make it easy for us to be our own travel agents with a few taps on our phones. We can book flights with any airline we wish, along with accommodations and local transportation for any trip to practically any global destination. With the rise of innovative solutions such as Uber, Airbnb and budget airlines many more destinations are accessible to the vacationing app user looking for a fast and cheap solution. Could these apps work as well for the mobile workforce?


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