Our take on the latest industry trends and surveys — plus white papers detailing our solutions to client’s mobility challenges.
On December 22nd, 2017, President Trump signed the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” into law. This comprehensive tax reform act contains provisions that affect individuals and employers of mobile employees. The specific policy items affected by this tax reform include:Read More
Against the backdrop of a rapidly changing landscape of practice and regulations, staying on top of immigration requirements and processes throughout Asia can prove quite challenging for global mobility professionals.Read More
With the consolidation in the oil patch, the oil & gas sector continues to show signs of improvement and has reconciled itself to $50 per barrel. Confidence in pricing levels has resulted in an increase in drilling forecasts for 2017, which is good news for both producers and the service sector. But have we seen an improvement in real estate markets that heavily rely on this sector?Read More
The final installment in our China Rising Whitepaper Series; we’re exploring the top best practice approaches to relocation within China, a long-time hub for international business and mobility. Adopting these programs and policy specifications will help your organization avoid common pitfalls, and allow you to plan for the highest level of success for your relocating employees and their families.Read More
Coined “the land of smiles”, it’s easy to understand the lure of Thailand as a tropical paradise for travelers and expatriates alike! Recently, TheMIGroup attended a Thailand Country Briefing webinar through Reloc8 Asia Pacific in partnership with Asian Welcome. Outlined below are some of the most pertinent tips, helpful for those currently operating within Thailand, or planning to do so in the future.Read More
Have you found yourself surrounded by an unusual number of toned athletes and selfie-stick-bearing tourists lately? The Olympics are probably in town. This summer, for the first time, South America is welcoming the games, and Rio de Janeiro is soon to play host to over 10,000 athletes from more than 200 member nations of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). With hundreds of thousands of spectators expected, the city will be a-buzz!Read More