When a worker is expatriated or going to be expatriated, they must be aware that they will establish their tax residence in one country and their non-residence for tax purposes in another. This means that they will have tax obligations in both countries.
Tax obligations in both countries
It is vitally important to be familiar with and analyze the legislation of the origin and destination in order to correctly determine the tax obligations that concern each specific case. It must also be borne in mind that each country has its own tax system and that taxation differs substantially from one country to another.
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