Telecommuting Tax Traps
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Identify the obstacles that may be faced by companies with telecommuting employees, including administrative, human resources, tax, and compliance obstacles.Telecommuting and/or mobile employees raise numerous state and local tax issues for both employers and employees. The presence of employees in a taxing jurisdiction may give rise to nexus issues not only for the employees' personal income taxes, but also for the companies' corporate income, franchise, sales and use, and withholding obligations. State approaches to these issues are not uniform, and both employers and employees face a confusing landscape of state and local tax compliance obligations. This topic helps companies identify the many state and local tax issues they may face in managing a mobile and telecommuting workforce, as well as methods to remediate past exposure and mitigate future tax risk., and helps companies understand the obligations and obstacles that their employees may face for personal income tax purposes. Failing to properly address the unique issues created by a mobile workforce can lead to avoidable administrative problems, including audits and potential employer liability for payroll taxes. This information will assist employers and employees in developing a solid understanding of the various state approaches to taxing the mobile workforce, which is critical to avoiding future administrative problems.
Matthew F. Cammarata, Morrison & Foerster LLP William H. Gorrod, Morrison & Foerster LLP
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