Post-Brexit: Social security implications for cross-border employee assignments after the end of the transition period and recommended actions for employers

Situation to date The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. A Withdrawal Agreement was agreed between the UK and the EU, which entered into force on 1 February 2020, and established the terms of the UK’s orderly departure from the EU. The Withdrawal Agreement provides for a transition period, during which the EU […]

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Current information on deferral of social security contributions

Employers who have been affected by business restrictions or closures due to the Austrian government directive, Austrian Federal Law Gazette (BGBl) II 2020/96, or a ban on access under the Austrian Epidemics Act (BGBl II 2020/74), have benefited since March 2020 from an automatic, interest-free deferral of payment of social security contributions for the contribution […]

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COVID-19: Tax and social security consequences for expats

For individuals involved in cross-border activities – whether business travel, short-term or long-term assignments, or regular activities in multiple states – it is necessary to check whether the social security or tax situation will change if a greater proportion of activities are carried out from a home office.   Social security For cross-border working, the […]

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