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Global Mobility Tax Returns

Global tax laws are complicated, but ensuring tax compliance and maximizing tax deductions doesn’t have to be.

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About Our Global Tax Preparation Service

There is a significant number of complicated, intricate tax laws that vary between tax authorities across the globe. When preparing global mobility tax returns, both mobile employees and corporations can be at risk of unintended tax consequences if taxes are not filed/paid correctly. Rather than trying to sort out complex tax laws yourself, turn to a partner you can trust.

Ineo’s mobility tax experts can support your global mobility program by ensuring tax returns are compliant. Ineo greatly eliminates the stress, confusion and burden of mobility tax preparation. We not only help the mobile workforce and employers determine tax obligations and mitigate compliance risk but also maximize tax deductions to ensure that tax burdens never get in the way of a successful assignment.

Trusted By Top Global Businesses Worldwide

The best way to ensure a risk-free tax filing process is to partner with a trusted expert. Employees of Fortune 2000 companies, several federal agencies, global accounting firms, and non-U.S.-based corporations utilize Ineo’s tax preparation services to ensure tax compliance and mitigate negative tax implications.

Large-Scale Expertise with Unmatched Attentiveness

Experience the global income tax return expertise of a large-scale tax preparation firm with the attentiveness of a small-boutique partner. When you partner with Ineo, you can count on our tax experts to provide both personalized service and unique knowledge of tax laws around the globe.

Trusted Support With Any Type of Assignment-Related Filing

Whether you have mobile employees on assignments within the U.S., U.S. expatriate employees moving to a new country, or foreign nationals, Ineo’s tax experts have the knowledge required to help residents, non-residents, and employers navigate tax season, reduce tax risk, and ensure compliance.

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In addition to consultative support, we also offer an annual Mobility Tax Advisor Guide and Q&A Subscriptions so we can better meet your tax needs, whatever they may be.

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Whether you are new to the world of global mobility or you’ve been in the business for a while, Ineo is here to assist you.

Contact us to learn how our mobility tax services can support your global mobility program.

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I considered a resident alien or non-resident alien with regard to U.S. tax filing requirements?

Tax resident status is NOT the same as immigration status.

Some statuses allow you to be exempt from being taxed as a resident alien. The Green Card and the substantial presence test will help determine your tax residency status.

It is important to note that there are general tax rules regarding this area of U.S. taxation, and of course, there are many exceptions. In fact, for foreign nationals entering the United States, there could be a few dozen ways to possibly file the U.S. Federal tax return depending on the specific facts and circumstances of the transferee. For this reason, it is highly recommended to obtain assistance from a tax preparation service provider that is well-versed in this area of individual taxation to take advantage of any tax planning available. Contact our tax team today for assistance in your tax return preparation.

Does tax status determine if you need to report worldwide income?

Yes, if you are a resident alien, you are required to report worldwide income. Whereas for a non-resident alien, the type of income and from where it is sourced can impact whether it is reportable/taxable in the United States or not.

If I sell my home in my host country, does the U.S. tax my profit?

Yes, it does if you file your taxes as a resident alien. It is also important to supply your tax preparation service provider with details about the relinquishment of the underlying mortgage of the home sold.