This Agreement defines the full understanding of the Parties and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings and communications, whether oral or written, between the Parties with respect to expatriate benefits. No changes to this Agreement may be made unless it is a letter signed by the Company and the Director. Negotiating an expat contract is one of the most critical elements of a move abroad when you are moving for business purposes, and negotiating a thorough and robust expat contract, if you accept a job abroad, is the most important element of moving abroad. The benefits, allowances and conditioning clauses you negotiate at this stage of the moving process are essential to ensure that your new life abroad is on the best possible footing. Unfortunately, the process is far from simple. There are two different elements to each expatriate contract negotiation; the overall nature of the mission and local rules and practices. It is essential that each expatriate contract respects these two elements and establishes a global contract that refers to all the usual concerns of an international collaborator while being applicable abroad. Never enter into agreements in which the employer declares that he will not declare taxes. You can enter into a tax exemption agreement, but if you do, make sure that the agreement clearly states, in the remuneration clause, the tax minus the tax. Therefore, if the employer changes his mind, any tax due is his responsibility. You must adjust your compensation accordingly or pay the tax for you.
Does the country ask you to pay local taxes or does it have a mutual agreement with your country of residence? If you are established in Britain, you pay UK taxes on everything you earn abroad and you will be entitled to UK tax allowances. . . .