Tips for Tackling Income Tax Issues Triggered by Remote Employees

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The COVID-19 crisis has brought major changes to the U.S. workforce. Many employers have transitioned their workforces to remote work. Now, employees can work from anywhere with an Internet connection. Many employees have taken advantage of the flexibility by investing in home office spaces, moving to different states, and even traveling the country. What most employees and employers haven’t considered, however, are the unique and complex income tax issues that have arisen with a remote workforce.

Source: Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock Understanding State Income Tax Scheme

Generally, an employee’s home state can tax her income regardless of where the money

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