Temporary Workers Create Tax Nexus in Most States, Survey Shows

Nov. 6, 2020, 9:46 AM

Just a few employees working from home in another state is enough to put companies on the hook for taxes in about 75% of states, according to a Bloomberg Tax & Accounting survey.

The survey, released late Thursday, comes less than a month after New Hampshire filed a challenge at the U.S. Supreme Court to Massachusetts’ tax on its teleworkers, reviving a call from business interests for a uniform threshold for taxing employees scattered across the states. New Jersey lawmakers, at the same time, are pursuing action against New York taxes on people now telecommuting.

In the wake of further ...

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