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Old 06.08.2020, 16:58
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Re: Working remotely from another country for 3 months - Must i notify Gemeinde?

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There are all sorts of social security and corporate taxation issues that allowing you to work from another company can open up.
It is not a problem in Ireland.
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Old 06.08.2020, 17:03
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Work has told me that i can work remotely for the next three months.

Planning to return to Ireland during this period to work.

I am currently living in Olten. Paying what i would consider high rent and was planning to cancel with 1 months notice as agreed before moving back.

Then when I was moving back to Switzerland after the 3 months away I was looking at the possibility to move to Solothurn (or maybe Basel).

Would it be allowed to move home to Ireland for 3 months without having any active rented apartment in Olten without notifying the Gemeinde?

If I did not notify them, what issues could I potentially face when arriving back, can I go directly to Solothurn Gemeinde to change address or must I go to Olten Gemeinde initially?

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One thing that you need to check into carefully is health and accident cover. The HSE in Ireland is not as flexible as the NHS is about treating non resident citizens. Make sure you insurance covers you for being out of the country for three months AND resident at a single location in another country for the duration the period, the same for accident insurance.
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Re: Working remotely from another country for 3 months - Must i notify Gemeinde?

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One thing that you need to check into carefully is health and accident cover. The HSE in Ireland is not as flexible as the NHS is about treating non resident citizens. Make sure you insurance covers you for being out of the country for three months AND resident at a single location in another country for the duration the period, the same for accident insurance.
Thanks, that's something I hadn't considered while looking into this. Greatly appreciated.
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This is very thin ice.

My employer won't even let us work from abroad for a single day. Home office is only allowed from Switzerland to avoid unwanted social security/taxation effects.
Pe. some countries consider people working there as opening a local branch so tax-wise this might hurt the company as well.
Thanks for the info. Would this still be the case if the company i work for also has a number of offices in Ireland?
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Thanks for the info. Would this still be the case if the company i work for also has a number of offices in Ireland?
Yes, it won't make any difference. How could it? If you were to be viewed as working for an Irish office, i.e. as an employee of an Irish company in Ireland, you would lose your Swiss residence permit straight away.
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Thanks for the info. Would this still be the case if the company i work for also has a number of offices in Ireland?

A friend of mine had this similar situation (but two countries inside the EU), and they transferred him to be an employee in another country on his request. He works for the same team, but salary is a bit lower and bureaucratically it's like he found a new job.
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