1:00PM - 2:00PM ET
Employers and employees are facing a conundrum: work from home (WFH) or return to the office. Factoring in the lack of a commute, more family time and increased flexibility, many employees have requested the WFH arrangement become permanent. Many employers are seeking to comply to remain competitive for the best talent. However, once employees are permitted to work from “home,” does it matter where “home” is?
In this session, the Jordan M. Goodman, with Gary Bingel of EisnerAmper LLP, will discuss the various state and local tax consequences of migrating to a remote workforce and some of the non-tax ramifications that must be considered, such as human resources, legal and general business considerations.
After attending this presentation, attendees will be able to identify many of the tax considerations of having a remote workforce, including:
2. apportionment in general;
3. sourcing; and
4. various non-tax ramifications, such as wage adjustments, training, and other human resource considerations.