Vermont – Guidance for Remote or Relocated Workers Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

If you are a non-resident but you are temporarily living and working in Vermont, you have an obligation to pay Vermont income taxes on the income earned while you were living and performing work in Vermont. This is true even if Continue reading Vermont – Guidance for Remote or Relocated Workers Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Montana – A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR REMOTE WORKERS IN MONTANA

The Montana Department of Revenue has a reminder for anyone who lived in Montana for any time in 2020 and worked at their jobs remotely, including those who temporarily relocated due to the COVID-19 pandemic: You must pay Montana state Continue reading Montana – A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR REMOTE WORKERS IN MONTANA

New York – NYC could face significant tax revenue losses over remote work

New York City could lose out on millions of dollars’ worth of revenues from its Unincorporated Business Tax as businesses shift operations out of the Big Apple during the coronavirus pandemic. The UBT is a 4 percent tax levied on taxable income allocated to New Continue reading New York – NYC could face significant tax revenue losses over remote work

Rhode Island –No Nexus for Remote Work, Equipment in State (ADV 2020-24)

ADVISORY FOR TAX PROFESSIONALS  Direct from the Rhode Island Department of Revenue Division of Taxation:  May 28, 2020 “For the duration of Rhode Island’s coronavirus state of emergency, the Rhode Island Division of Taxation will not seek to establish nexus Continue reading Rhode Island –No Nexus for Remote Work, Equipment in State (ADV 2020-24)

Multistate – Teleworking During Pandemic Creates Tax Quandary for Companies

With no clear end in sight to teleworking during the pandemic, tax advisers are trying to prevent their clients from being surprised by a potential spate of new state and international taxes. Workers stranded or sheltered in states or countries Continue reading Multistate – Teleworking During Pandemic Creates Tax Quandary for Companies