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Consolidating payroll activity into one secure, interactive portal can improve efficiency, productivity and allow greater employee engagement in a consistent way.
To boost Canada’s commercial competitiveness in areas including produce, energy, high-value services and products, the country’s government is working on the Transformational Infrastructure Plan.
Financial statement disclosure obligations in Italy are based on company size, taking into account the average number of employees, balance sheet total and turnover.
For the 2017 Year of Assessment, companies in Singapore are required to report their estimated chargeable income and gross revenues within three months of their financial year-end.
On 23 January, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to withdraw the United States from the Trans Pacific Partnership. What’s left for those companies interested in doing business in the country? Our local expert explains.
Individuals who will be deemed UK domicile from 6 April 2017 should be considering their options with regard to offshore trusts as a matter of priority.
Struggling with your global payroll operations? Address these 3 crucial areas and take control.
Amendments concerning the payment of capital for the incorporation of an Italian-law limited liability company produced some interpretation issues to which the National Council of Notaries has provided clarifications.
The new disclosure requirements for New Zealand (NZ) foreign trusts will come into effect on 30 June 2017 for existing foreign trusts. New foreign trusts will need to register within 30 days of establishment. Foreign trusts will need to comply with the registration and filing obligations to qualify for the exemption on tax for foreign-sourced amounts.
Companies that used temporary staff leasing contracts in 2016 must submit a mandatory yearly communication by the end of January.
In complement to its existing global managed payroll services, TMF Group has launched TMF Horizon, a new payroll portal that provides for complete visibility and control.