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The State Income Taxes for Teleworkers
Presented by Patrick Skeehan and Michael Beck

The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses to close their offices, immediately disrupting employees’ lives as they began to work from home or another remote location.  The change in work location creates significant state and local tax issues for both employers and employees alike, especially when employees are working remotely in different states.  As the consequences of long-term remote work continue to grow in prominence across the country, many state and local taxing jurisdictions have issued temporary guidance regarding the income tax treatment of teleworking employees along with business tax nexus and apportionment relief.  Several more controversial policies have invited lawsuits as states continue to grapple with the long-term effects of a remote workforce.  
Join Grant Thornton state and local tax professionals Michael Beck and Patrick Skeehan for an overview of the latest developments and issues to be considered as both employers and employees continue to navigate the state and local tax implications of the remote work environment.

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