Totalization Agreement With Taiwan

The company sends an employee from its New York office to work for 4 years in its Hong Kong office, then transfers the employee to its London office for an additional 4 years, and the employee may be exempt from UK social security coverage under the US-UK. It is an agreement. The exemption rule applies in such cases, provided that the worker was originally posted from the United States and remained under U.S. social security coverage for the entire period prior to the posting to the contract country. You can also write to this address if you wish to propose the negotiation of new agreements with certain countries. In drawing up its bargaining plans, the SSA attaches great importance to the interests of workers and employers who will be affected by possible agreements. The United States has entered into so-called aggregation agreements with several countries, in order to avoid double taxation of income with respect to taxes on social security. . . .