Split Payroll And Alternatives For Expatriates And Cos.

Law360, New York (February 5, 2014, 6:00 PM EST) -- Companies that send employees to work on assignments overseas are faced with a variety of choices of how to structure those assignments. Companies sometimes make use of a "split payroll," where the expatriate employee receives a portion of her compensation from the home company and a portion from the host company. On some occasions, a split payroll may be the best, or only practical, approach to an international assignment. This is especially the case in jurisdictions where the law requires that the expatriate have a local employment contract. 

The approach is also advantageous when the employer apportions an executive's duties between...

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