Cross-border workers have always been in the focus of corporate tax, wage tax and social security audits. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the number of cross-border workers has significantly increased. While many people around the globe were initially forced to work remotely due to travel restrictions and governmental entry bans, we now see an increasing number of workers opting to work remotely for other reasons. Cross-border working, whether remotely or otherwise, can have various tax and social security consequences for the employing entity (and for the individual). The creation of a permanent establishment, exit taxation and withholding obligations are only a couple of examples. Expect tax and social security authorities across Europe to reinforce their focus on cross-border workers in the next corporate tax, wage tax and social security audits.
Our panel of experts will navigate you through the challenges that this new reality might lead to in the next audits. Join their discussion of the following questions:
- What issues resulting from cross-border working will tax and social security authorities focus on in the next corporate tax, wage tax and social security audits?
- What can you do today to be better prepared for the next audits?
- How can you deal best with an ongoing audit and avoid possible pitfalls?
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