The past year of the pandemic has resulted in 83% of employers declaring remote work a success. However, remote work also adds tax challenges for employers and employees.
I’ve been working from home as a system administrator full time since last March, and the results have been beneficial; less stress, no commute and no option to waste money in the tavern downstairs at the corporate office, so my spending habits have been positively austere.
I’m fortunate to live and work in the same state as my corporate office. However, someone in my management chain has the unenviable responsibility of keeping track of every day worked, and where he is located, for tax purposes.
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He lives in a different state from where our office is located, and he travels to our regional headquarters in a third state. There are income tax