We ensure that your pay slip is correct, even if you work for a foreign employer or in more than one country!
As an employee, you want your employee benefits to be organised correctly, with a matching pay slip. You need to rely on your salary to be paid in due time, and not being confronted with issues at a later date. For example, if you need a benefit or are about to retire.
In cross-border situations, it can be complex for employers to embed and ensure such certainties. Often, your employer does not have all the answers, starting with the negotiations or the international secondment contract.
Please find below some situations you may be confronted with when doing cross-border work:
- I am considering taking up employment with a foreign employer
- I regularly work abroad for my employer and I have doubts in which country / countries I should pay social insurance contributions and have to pay tax
- I am employed by a foreign employer and I have doubts whether my payslip and employment conditions are properly arranged
Does one of the above situations apply to you?
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Since 1972, Interfisc has offered international HR & Payroll solutions in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Italy. We do this from our offices in the Netherlands and Belgium, and with an international team of around 45 committed and caring employees.
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