Tax Planning for US and UK Mobility Scenarios – GKN October 2021

October 12, 2021By Robin EvenocheckRelocation Blog Posts No Comments

Author: Lynn Carbo Lynn is a Director in GTN’s Atlantic region. She has over 20 years of experience in expatriate and individual taxation. In addition to consulting with companies on equity compensation issues, she works with clients and their employees to accomplish a variety of solutions to their global challenges. +1.484.885.2438 | lcarbo@gtn.com   As … Read More

How to Help Prepare for a Wildfire – By Travelers Risk Control

August 18, 2021By Robin EvenocheckRelocation Blog Posts No Comments

Wildfires can pose particular dangers to both lives and property because they often begin unnoticed and can spread quickly. According to the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS)¹, windborne embers present a significant threat from wildfires and are the primary cause of most building ignitions. Other wildfire threats include radiant heat and direct … Read More

GTN: Managing Global Assignment Risk for Expatriates, May 2021

May 17, 2021By Robin EvenocheckRelocation Blog Posts No Comments

Author:  Mark is Managing Director for GTN’s South region. He has over 20 years of professional experience in advising multinational companies on global mobility related issues, including expatriate taxation, payroll, equity compensation planning, international assignment policy review, and program administration. Having been an expat himself enhanced his desire to assist and help simplify the process … Read More

Wells Fargo Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary Weekly 4.23.2021

April 29, 2021By Robin EvenocheckRelocation News Articles No Comments

Raising the Bar Even Further The confluence of stronger-than-expected reports has prompted us to raise our estimates for economic growth this year. The mini boom we were expecting is arriving early, and consumer spending and business investment both look to be stronger than our previous above-consensus forecast.   Summary U.S. Review: Raising the Bar Even Further … Read More