Your Assignment Abroad: The 50 Most Common Concerns

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By KPMG's International Executive Services practice | April 03, 2013


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Embarking on an international assignment can be an exciting career opportunity for many employees. At the same time, anyone who is preparing for an international assignment likely has a number of questions and concerns.

Moving to a new location, especially a new country, requires attention to many details, and employees need to evaluate the opportunity from various perspectives, including: 

  • What lasting impact will the assignment have on your career?
  • What personal adjustments must be made by you and your family?
  • What is the financial impact to you and your family?

This easy-to-read guide addresses some of the more commonly asked questions by employees regarding international assignments. It covers issues such as cost-of-living allowance, housing allowances, tax reimbursement, tax compliance, assignment preparation, relocation, children's education, home leave and more.

Your Assignment Abroad: The 50 Most Common Concerns
Your Assignment Abroad: The 50 Most Common Questions
Your Assignment Abroad: The 50 Most Common Questions

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