New Risks of the Evolving Workforce – Tax Compliance Issues
Remote work is not new, but the pandemic dramatically accelerated the necessity and implementation of remote and virtual collaboration. The urgency to adopt new technologies and ways of working remotely did not allow employers adequate time to explore the potential implications of a myriad of laws and regulations on their businesses and the accompanying risks created by managing their workforces in these new ways.
In the first webinar of our four part CLE series, our tax lawyers will discuss:
- Discerning the ways in which remote work arrangements may cause a company to establish nexus in a state and become subject to the state's tax obligations.
- Understanding the range of tax obligations that a company may face when its employees work remotely from within states that differ from their assigned office locations.