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The Tax Reform Bill and what it means to you


On Friday, December 22nd, 2017 President Donald Trump signed the tax reform bill passed by both the House and Senate. The bill contains significant changes including a repeal of the deduction and exclusion for moving expenses, effective January 1, 2018. This includes household goods shipping and the majority of final move expenses. Those expenses previously excludable will now be a taxable expense if paid for by an employer on the behalf of their employee or reimbursed to the employee.

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We've changed the look, not the commitment


This year marks CRI's 30 year anniversary of providing global mobility services to our clients around the world. I would like to take this time to reaffirm our values, our mission, and our commitment to you, our clients. I am proud to share with you our new website which reflects our expanded global capabilities and our industry first TLC services. Our growth is due in large part to the trust our clients place in us every day, and we are grateful for their confidence and loyalty. It is an honor to be a strategic partner on behalf of our clients and we look forward to continuing our long standing promise to delivering Best in Class solutions at every opportunity.

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Industry veteran Leisa Ross joins CRI


Industry veteran Leisa Ross joins Corporate Relocation, LLC as Vice President, Business Development and Marketing. As part of CRI’s executive team, Leisa will lead CRI’s global sales and marketing functions. Leisa joins CRI with more than 20 years of directly relevant sales and management experience and leadership in the relocation services industry. She is a trusted advisor with longstanding client relationships and an extensive established network.

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Household Goods Industry Update

This summer the household goods industry continues to face the same obstacles during peak season as in recent years. The expanding driver shortage that has challenged van lines to recruit enough drivers to handle existing volume is not only expected to continue, but worsen over the next few years. An Indeed.com study stated that "The American Truck...
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