Upcoming Relocation Shows and Events - June

  We will be attending and/or sponsoring the following upcoming events because it’s a great opportunity for us to meet new people, stay abreast of latest relocation trends and meet with trusted partners. If you’re attending any of these events, look for us and say hi.     Human Resource Leadership Awards of Greater Washington Annual Gala June 7th Marriott Washington Wardman Park, Washington, DC 

Meet Matt Tandy, Director, Client Development

Matt Tandy manages the service team for CapRelo's government clients and is the quality control point for them and their relocating employees. We recently sat down with Matt to find out more about him and what he enjoys doing in his spare time. Who is "Matt Tandy?" – Where do you come from, what is your background, what do you do?  I grew up in Southern CA along the coast, enjoying ocean

Global Mobility Policies Must Reflect the Changing Face of the Family

Not that many years ago, companies planning on relocating their married employees had few concerns beyond helping the family move. Traditionally speaking, the “family” consisted of the employee (usually a man), his wife (usually non-working) and kids (and maybe a pet or two). Even if the employee’s wife had a job, it was expected she would relinquish it to follow her husband to his new location.

The Hidden Cost of Losing Key Talent During a Group Move

There are many corporate relocation costs to consider before a group move. Typically, easily quantifiable, up-front corporate relocation expenses are foremost in the minds of management and HR staff. Rarely is the cost of losing key talent considered.  Find out everything you need to know for an effective, low-stress relocation in our Low-Stress Relocation Guide. Here are just a few of the added

Upcoming Relocation Shows and Events - May

  We will be attending and/or sponsoring the following upcoming events because it’s a great opportunity for us to meet new people, stay abreast of latest relocation trends and meet with trusted partners. If you’re attending any of these events, look for us and say hi.     Forum for Expatriate Management Americas Summit & EMMAs May 4th - May 5th Hilton City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  Attendees:

Use Tiers to Avoid Exceptions in Your Corporate Relocation Policy

Many companies view a tiered corporate relocation policy as more work. It's true that your HR staff will have to take the time, and may enlist the help of a corporate relocation management company, to establish fair and appropriate tiers based on employee salaries or job levels and set the benefits offered in a corporate relocation package within each tier. But once that's done, a tiered policy

Claiming Tax-Deductible Relocation Expenses

Many potential transferees find that they must turn down an otherwise lucrative job transfer due to the high cost of moving. Some employers choose to underwrite everything from helping an employee list and sell their current home, to handling all transfer-related details – including movers and travel – although not all expenses may be covered or reimbursed. This is where tax deductions come in

Upcoming Relocation Shows and Events - April

  April is a busy month for CapRelo! We will be attending and/or sponsoring the following upcoming events because it’s a great opportunity for us to meet new people, stay abreast of latest relocation trends and meet with trusted partners. If you’re attending any of these events, look for us and say hi.     Tennessee Relocation Council Spring Conference April 14th Aerial on Broadway, 411

Relocation and Taxes: What Are the Employer's Responsibilities?

Payment or Reimbursement for Moving Expenses Any employer-paid reimbursements or payments of an employee's job-related moving expenses are considered income for the employee only to the extent that he or she would not be able to deduct them as expenses. If expenses meet the eligibility requirements under the IRS Code Section 217 and an accounting of expenses are furnished by the employee to his

Meet Angie Palange, Director, Business Development

  Angie Palange is responsible for CapRelo business development in the New England region. She drives new business to CapRelo through marketing of core values and expanding brand awareness. We recently sat down with Angie to find out more about her and what she enjoys doing in her spare time. Who is "Angie Palange?" – Where do you come from, what is your background, what do you do? I'm from the