Knowledge Resources

Mobility Tax Advisor – Tax Update 9/24/18

9/24/2018: Maine becomes a conforming state, meaning no moving expense deductions are available in tax year 2018.

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

The rise of travel apps and global mobility.

Update on State Tax Conformity to IRC

As states pass legislation on the new IRC tax code, we will keep you updated here.

Why Ineo?

How can Ineo improve your mobility program's compliance, efficiency, and accuracy?

The Virtues of Cost Estimates – Reducing the Unexpected

A best practices approach to reducing risk and maximizing efficiency.

State Tax Conformity to IRC

States react to changes to the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), based on the recent tax changes.

 

How Can You Increase Compliance and Mitigate Risk for Global Mobility Workforces?

The answer? Ineo's wide range of global mobility software, tax, and financial services.

2018 Supplemental Rate

The IRS released today the updated 2018 withholding tables which include a decrease in the 2018 supplemental rate from 25% to 22%. The withholding tables must be implemented by February 15, 2018, however, employers are encouraged to start using them as soon as possible. Employees will begin to see the effects of the new tax laws in their paychecks in February.

Demystifying Tax Equalization

Though often perceived as confusing, tax equalization for mobile employee international compensation is a simple and straight forward approach to managing one of mobility’s highest spends. Let’s demystify…

What 2018 Tax Reform Means for the Mobility Industry

Tax reform has officially passed both the House and the Senate and is now on its way to the President’s desk, how will this impact your mobility program?

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