Despite states relaxing shelter-in-place and work-from-home mandates, most employers continue to allow employees to work remotely. Employees have since transitioned to exclusively working from their home offices, vacation homes or other remote locations.
While shortened commutes and reduced dry-cleaning expenses are certainly perks for employees, remote workforces create complex employee nexus and state income tax withholding issues for employers. To address these concerns, some states have issued guidance addressing how in-state business activities will be treated for employees working remotely due to COVID-19.
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