The Resource Internationally mobile individuals : 2009 legislative update

Internationally mobile individuals : 2009 legislative update

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Internationally mobile individuals : 2009 legislative update
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Internationally mobile individuals : 2009 legislative update
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eng
Summary
In 2009, countries continued building on many of the global tax law and immigration law changes that came about during 2008 with respect to internationally mobile employees and their employers. Many of the changes in 2009 raise the questions of not only what income should be taxed and how it should be taxed, but also who should be taxed. Perennial issues surrounding the mobility of human capital - such as which job seekers should be allowed to enter a country, how long a particular individual should be permitted to stay, and how he should be taxed while there - have been given fresh impetus as governments both new and incumbent reconsider their budgets and sources of tax revenue. This article highlights some of the significant global tax and immigration updates in Asia, Europe, and the Americas in 2009 related to internationally mobile individuals
Citation source
In: Journal of international taxation. - New York. - Vol. 21 (2010), no. 3 ; p. 28-39, 64
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  • Miller, P. (Philip)
  • Dieffenbacher, A
  • Parker, J. (John)
Geographic coverage
  • International
  • European Union
Language note
English
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  • working abroad
  • expatriate
  • immigration
  • global income tax
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Internationally mobile individuals : 2009 legislative update
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Internationally mobile individuals : 2009 legislative update
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