Who are Expatriates_

Expatriates are generally defined as individuals who are working away from their home country for typically a period of one to five years and will return to their home country once their assignment is completed.
Expatriates may be eligible for certain benefits and incur additional deductions, including but not limited to:
  • Cost of living adjustments (COLA)
  • Housing allowances
  • Transportation allowances
  • Tuition reimbursement for children
  • Hypothetical taxes
  • Housing norms
  • Transportation norms
  • Tax preparation assistance, etc.
These packages are typically structured to ensure that employees have the same standard of living in their new “host” location as they had in their home location.

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