Assigning employees or executives abroad, whether within the European Union or overseas would require to first assess the social security covering. The social security aspects of an expatriate or an assigned worker can vary greatly depending on the country. Our lawyers will determine the bottom-line cost of a move with all the factors involved.
An integrated approach for comprehensive advice
Social security matters often raise personal tax questions: What should I declare and what are the deductible amounts both from an employer’s and an employee’s perspective? Our lawyers work hand-in-hand with their tax colleagues in order to help you clarify these issues. They may also refer you to firms with whom they work in the concerned country.
AnnieElfassiLocal Partner Attorney at Law / Avocat à la Cour
Annie Elfassi, Avocat à la Cour, is a local partner in the Litigation & Risk Management Practice Group and the Luxembourg Employment Law Practice in our Luxembourg office. She focuses on all aspects of employment law and commercial litigation.T: +352 466 230 480 E: email@example.com
KheiraMebrekSenior Associate Tax Adviser
Kheira Mebrek, tax adviser, is a member of the Tax Practice Group in our Luxembourg office. She focuses on personal income tax. Her areas of expertise include employment and benefits, employment tax, family owned business and private wealth, social insurances, tax and wage tax.T: + 352 466 230 292 E: firstname.lastname@example.org