The Tax Protection policy ensures that employees do not suffer any financial loss due to their assignment abroad. The policy limits the tax burden to be no greater than if the employee had continued working in Italy.

When it’s time to pay taxes, the employee only needs to pay the amount they would have paid in their home country. If the tax amount is higher, the company is responsible for paying the difference. If the destination country has lower taxes than the country of origin, the employee will benefit from the reduced tax burden.

The ‘Tax Protection’ policy ensures that the employee pays the lower tax between the hypothetical tax (the tax that would be due in Italy if the employee had remained working in the country) and the foreign tax actually due on the entire salary.

This policy has an important feature where the employer does not make any notional withholding, and the employee receives the agreed gross amount.

The Tax Protection policy ensures that employees do not suffer any financial loss due to their assignment abroad. The policy limits the tax burden to be no greater than if the employee had continued working in Italy.

When it’s time to pay taxes, the employee only needs to pay the amount they would have paid in their home country. If the tax amount is higher, the company is responsible for paying the difference. If the destination country has lower taxes than the country of origin, the employee will benefit from the reduced tax burden.

The ‘Tax Protection’ policy ensures that the employee pays the lower tax between the hypothetical tax (the tax that would be due in Italy if the employee had remained working in the country) and the foreign tax actually due on the entire salary.

This policy has an important feature where the employer does not make any notional withholding, and the employee receives the agreed gross amount.