Temporary away from home rules: Comparing and contrasting Canadian regulations with other common expat locations

An increasing number of Canadian employees are travelling to foreign locations on either extended business trips or short-term assignments. Although the duration of these assignments may be short in length, there are planning opportunities that companies should be aware of with respect to temporary living and travel expenses being funded for these employees.

This 60 minute webcast by PwC's Human Resource Services practice compares and contrasts the tax treatment of these expenses or allowances between Canada and common expat locations such as the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Australia. It also provides guidance for companies regarding the most tax effective approach when planning for these assignments.

An archive of the webcast is available for listening.