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cxcglobal.com Placing Contractors Overseas Be compliant not complacent 10/02/2015
Common Misconceptions A contractor can work in any country and not pay tax there as long as it is for less than 183 days If my contract is extended past 183 days I will just get registered then A contractor can pay their social security in their home country if they have an A1 form There are so many contractors working in different countries that is doesn’t matter, they will never be investigated anyway But they told me it was OK!
100% of income is declared in the country of work What is full compliance to CXC
When does it apply 183 day ruling
continued OECD Model Tax Convention states that the 183 rule is applicable when: The recipient is present in the other State for a period or periods not exceeding in aggregate 183 days in any twelve month period commencing or ending in the fiscal year concerned, and The payment is paid by, or on behalf of, an employer who is not a resident of the other State, and The payment is not borne by a permanent establishment which the employer has in the other State
Misuse of A1 forms Obtaining an A1 form An A1 form can be applied for by workers who are going to work abroad for a period not expected to last for more than 24 months. Other conditions also have to be met. The worker: must continue to carry out substantial work in the country where the A1 has been issued from must have pursued activity in the country issuing the A1 form for at least 2 months before going to work overseas Must maintain the means to carry on work in the country where the A1 form has been issued from
Free Compliance Risk Audit Getting it right Compliant Non-Compliant
4 Regions 1992 Established 25 Global Offices 10,000 Contractors 1 Global Coverage 70 Solutions Who are we?
CXC Guarantee Compliance pack for every contractor Indemnified against tax liability Recruitment Agency End Client