Welcome to our survey on mobile employee payroll reporting and withholding compliance. This survey should take about 20 minutes to complete and focuses on mobile employees both within the U.S. states and globally. To ensure consistency in the responses, please review the terminology below before starting the survey.

Results will be reported anonymously however we are asking for company name and respondent name to ensure that no results are double counted and, where necessary, to help verify the integrity of the results.

The survey has five parts to it:

1) Demographic information
2) Payroll compliance questions on U.S. state to state mobility
3) Payroll compliance questions on global country to country mobility
4) Payroll compliance questions on mobile executives
5) General questions about current and future compliance.

Only participants who complete the survey will receive a copy of the results.

The survey is open until 5pm PT on March 22, 2019.

If you have any questions, please contact Marlene at mzobayan@rutlen.com.

Terminology
 
For the purposes of this survey, the following terms shall have the meanings shown below
·         Assignee – an employee who lives in one Tax Jurisdiction but then is sent to live in and/or work in another Tax Jurisdiction for an extended period of time, creating a taxable presence in the other Tax Jurisdiction. The intent with these arrangements is that the employee will return to their home after the period of assignment. An assignee is likely to stay on his/her home payroll.

·         Business Traveler/Commuter – an employee who goes to work in another Tax Jurisdiction for a short period of time, usually not establishing residency in the new Tax Jurisdiction. A traveler will remain on his/her home payroll. For the purposes of this survey, an employee who works onsite at a client site (in another Tax Jurisdiction) from Monday to Thursday returning to the regular office on Fridays over an extended period of time is deemed to be included in the term Business Traveler/Commuter.

·         Transfer – an employee who moves from one Tax Jurisdiction to another with the move being indefinite. A transfer will likely change payroll and employment to the new Tax Jurisdiction.

·         Tax Jurisdiction - A tax jurisdiction can be a country or U.S. state.

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* 1. Company name

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* 2. Your name

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* 3. Your job title

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* 4. Contact email (required if you want a copy of the results)

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* 5. May we call you if we have any questions

 
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