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Registered attendees, access GEOvirtual2020 here!

Thursday, 22 October 2020
08:00-08:50 PDT
11:00-11:50 EDT
16:00-16:50 BST
17:00-17:50 CEST
23:00-23:50 HKT
02:00-02:50 AEDT +1
Breakout Series XVII
Finance, Tax & Accounting
Also suitable for Private Companies

17.1 Don’t Get the Country (to Country) Blues: Create a Successful Mobility Taxation Policy

Mobile employee populations come in all shapes and sizes, and each organization will require a flexible approach. In this session we will share Twilio and DoorDash’s approaches to mobility tax compliance. Join this panel for an informative session as they help you find a mobility solution that is the appropriate fit for your organization. Get some tips for building a business case and shaping a policy to get your ideal mobility compliance model implemented. The panel will help you understand how to get started by utilizing the tools you may already have at your disposal, as well as leveraging outsourced solutions as you plan for growth and expansion. The experienced panel will specifically touch upon the true definition of a mobile employee, why this is a problem area, and why organizations should care.
 
Samantha Adams, DoorDash (US)
Paul Gladman, Deloitte Tax (US)
Maria Rocha, Charles Schwab (US)
Christine Zwerling, Twilio (US)
 
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Taxes
Level: I, II, III