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Greenberg Traurig’s Tax Practice Group hosted a presentation on how the COVID-19 crisis and shelter-at-home orders affect state and local taxes; how (some) states have responded and the longer-term implications of more people working remotely—as individuals and businesses may need to alter their tax plans and filings to match the altered work conditions caused by the pandemic.
- Effects of working remotely on personal income taxes, withholding, residency and telecommuting, and record-keeping requirements
- Implications for businesses on employees working remotely; nexus, withholding, and apportionment
- Longer term considerations; changing domicile, estate planning, and relocating your business
- Glenn Newman, Shareholder, Tax, New York
- James Martin, Associate, Tax, New York
- Shira Peleg, Associate, Tax, New York