• Working from anywhere

    Employee Tax

Working from anywhere: Issues for the Employee

The Future of Work and working from anywhere are some of the most common issues for employers and their employees to navigate today. In this short programme, we look at the tax and non-tax implications of allowing greater flexibility and remote working across international or inter-state borders, for the employer and the employee.

Many employees will have seen media commentary of employers allowing their employees to ‘work from anywhere’. For many, technology has enabled this proposition to exist. Offers for working visas in idyllic locations, encouraging relocation to work in a ‘sunny, friendly environment’ may appeal to some but, what should employees be considering when they make a remote working request? 

Debra Moses, BDO’s Global Employer Services lead in Canada, takes us through some of the issues for the Employee, in this short video commentary


Please accept statistics-cookies to see the content.

Key contacts


Head of Global Employer Services


Partner, Expatriate Tax Practice Leader, Canada


Director, Global Employer Services, United Kingdom

Contact us

In our work with clients, the decision to ‘work from anywhere’ needs careful consideration. For the employee, ensure you understand your obligations and the potential impact on your net pay resulting in the decision to change location – and of the potential outcomes.

Get in touch to discuss more

Related Insights

United Kingdom

Workforce Resilience

Find out more


To the point: Teleworking from abroad

Find out more

United States

What’s Next for Employee Mobility

Find out more

United States

What’s Next for Work?

Find out more


Workforce planning in the new normal: What’s changed?

Find out more