Tax Shocks Loom for Remote Workers

“Convenience” rules are facing pushback.

By Rick Richardson

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated a trend that was already well underway: employers letting their workers perform their jobs remotely, from home, most or all of the time.

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But even if your clients and their employers both know exactly where they live and work, they may be surprised to learn that state departments of taxation can have some very different ideas about where “here” is.