Positioning a candidate internationally means navigating unfamiliar tax and payroll systems. Not only does this generally mean more work for you, but even small missteps can have serious financial or even legal consequences.
If you want to successfully place a contractor, you should first familiarize yourself with the contractor payroll process in Central African Republic, as well as how you can make the situation simpler.
Payroll options in Central African Republic
There are several different options for payroll in Central African Republic:
- The client can provide payroll for the contractor, but not all clients offer this for temporary workers.
- The contractor can do it on their own, but this creates serious risk for the end client and possibly your agency, as well. Like most people, many contractors do not specialise in Central African Republic’s tax system, nor do they always have the time or means to pore over complex tax returns.
- Your contractor can use a local payroll company.
The third option is the simplest and quickest. An even simpler and quicker option is to use an Umbrella Company, as they offer the same services as a local payroll provider in addition to other services that simplify international assignments (such as Work Permit sponsorship).
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