International tax and payroll on overseas projects – managing the minefield

Many businesses in the North-east energy sector are following the major oil and gas operators and larger service contractors to work in new locations across the globe. The commercial aspects of overseas projects will normally be considered in detail but... Read more

Blog15th Jan 2013

By Sarah Munro

Many businesses in the North-east energy sector are following the major oil and gas operators and larger service contractors to work in new locations across the globe. The commercial aspects of overseas projects will normally be considered in detail but often the taxation challenges are overlooked or are left to the last minute.

Understanding the overseas tax position is essential so that businesses can comply with overseas tax obligations, minimise incremental tax costs and ultimately achieve the expected commercial profit of the work.

For information on International Payroll, International Corporate Taxes and International VAT that will help you ‘manage the minefield’, download the full article.

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