Fringe benefits, also known as in-kind benefits, are non-monetary compensation granted by an employer to an employee. These payments may include the use of company assets such as cars, cellular phones, and computers, or services, such as educational courses.

In-kind benefits are typically awarded to expatriate staff and may include housing, international schooling for their children, cars, and flights back to their home country.

To optimize the management of costs associated with expatriation, it is advisable to review the taxation arrangements and any tax concessions for in-kind benefits in the foreign country of assignment.

Fringe benefits, also known as in-kind benefits, are non-monetary compensation granted by an employer to an employee. These payments may include the use of company assets such as cars, cellular phones, and computers, or services, such as educational courses.

In-kind benefits are typically awarded to expatriate staff and may include housing, international schooling for their children, cars, and flights back to their home country.

To optimize the management of costs associated with expatriation, it is advisable to review the taxation arrangements and any tax concessions for in-kind benefits in the foreign country of assignment.