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Robert Salter


Global Mobility

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+44 (020) 7544 8706

I specialise in global mobility, employment tax and international social security issues, where I help clients resolve the complex technical and HR-related issues which can arise from international working.

I have over 25 years experience in international employment tax issues. I am a qualified CPA (Ireland) and Chartered Governance Professional and Tax Technician (UK) and am heavily involved in supporting clients from a in-depth tax technical perspective. As part of this role, I sit on HMRC’s Expatriate Tax Forum, speak on internal and external training events, am regularly quoted in the press on income tax and employment tax developments and write articles for technical magazines.

I also speak Business-level German and have a number of clients from the German-speaking countries and have specialist experience in dealing with the affairs of clients in the financial services sector (e.g. PE houses, banks, insurance firms).

Specialist areas

  • Global mobility tax
  • non-domiciled individuals; non-resident directors of UK companies
  • transfer pricing as it relates to individuals, international social security
  • HMRC audits of individuals and companies.

Qualifications and positions of note

  • Association of Tax Technicians (ATT), Chartered Governance Institute
  • CPA Ireland

I am based at

Covent Garden

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27 January 2023

Sole traders who received Covid support could be investigated by HMRC

Sole traders or those in partnerships need to take particular care when they make their tax return or they could be investigated

16 January 2023

Tax Q&A: Temporary workplace relief

Robert Salter explains how Temporary workplace relief (TWR) is designed to help employers manage the costs associated with extended business travel.

20 December 2022

Christmas Party Time and Train Strikes – A Nasty Combination

What are the options for employers who have had to cancel a Christmas Party due to industrial action?