Global Mobility Services

International organizations that send their people to work in Taiwan will find that tax and legal implications associated with working in the Republic of China differ substantially from those of their home countries. While Taiwan offers a myriad of opportunities for companies and individuals who do business here, employers and entrepreneurs must arrive prepared with a full understanding of the labor laws and tax implications associated with stationing foreign employees in Taiwan in order to avoid penalties and reap the full benefits of their operations in this part of the world. 

At Grant Thornton Taiwan, we advise both companies and individuals on the regulations associated with stationing expatriate employees in Taiwan. We help clients obtain the proper work authorization for their employees prior to the move, and also ensure that appropriate pre-assignment planning opportunities are implemented effectively to minimize the tax burden on both parties.

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