“I need more work to do.”
(Said no executive, ever.)
Which is why, if you are reading this, it is probably because you have business traveler tax issues. Or, at least, you suspect that your company might. Why? Because a complex web of payroll and tax regulations govern where, when and to what extent an employer is required to report wages or withhold tax on behalf of their traveling employees. Not only internationally, but from state to state inside the United States, too.
The increasing audit activity by tax authorities means the financial risks of non-compliance are growing. Which means somebody is going to have to do the necessary work to address these issues. Ugh.
We can help.
At Blackspark, our objective is to help you address these issues with minimal impact to your existing business operations. We are already doing exactly that for some of the world’s largest companies. From determining your existing level of financial risk, to tracking your short term business travelers and generating wage allocation data, we systematically address each pain point of the specific challenges facing your organization. We’ll even help craft your policy and support communication to any traveling employees that may be affected.
“I didn’t believe it when I heard it would be quick to deploy. But it was so easy to plug in. We were immediately up and running after just 20 minutes on the phone.”