At the beginning of the Covid pandemic, just five percent of American white collar workers worked remotely full time. By the end of 2020, it was two out of three! With an open-ended break from the office, some opted to work remotely from a different state—often one that was warmer, cheaper or closer to family.
While traveling to another country became all but impossible, taking off for another state seemed simple enough. Few employees gave any thought to tax considerations and many saw no need to tell their employer about their plans. Read More