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In my last post, I described a typical scenario involving a US company sending a US national to Germany on an assignment lasting between one and two years. I also gave an overview of German tax-residency laws under the US-Germany double tax treaty. In part two of this two-part series, I’ll discuss drafting an expat assignment letter and how to ensure that your company fulfills both its US and German tax obligations during your expat’s stay in Germany.

It’s an all too familiar scenario: to grow your business, you need an expatriate in a critical market, but that creates a host of other issues.