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Many employees continue to telecommute due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  As discussed in our previous blog post on state tax nexus and apportionment issues, out-of-state employers may need to consider whether a telecommuting employee’s activities could create nexus, exceed Public Law 86-272 protections, or impact the employer’s state income tax apportionment factor (particularly in states with a payroll factor or a sales factor where receipts are sourced based on cost of performance).

The Baker McKenzie State and Local Tax (SALT) Subpractice Group is presenting a series of short webinars to keep members of the SALT community abreast of recent developments in these less than certain times. We hope you will attend so we can stay connected as we address these issues together. The next session in the series, Where are We Now? Revisiting the COVID-19 Impact on State Tax, will take place on Wednesday, April 22 at…

Numerous states have provided tax relief in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, often in the form of tax filing and payment deadline extensions.  At this time, 40 states and Washington, D.C. have provided a corporate income tax filing and/or payment deadline extension.  Some of these states have conformed to the July 15 federal corporate income tax extension date, while others have extended to an earlier or later date.  Some states have also extended income tax…

Many employees are now telecommuting due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  In our previous blog post, we discussed employers’ potential withholding issues as a result of employees working remotely.  In this blog post, we will discuss potential nexus and apportionment issues due to employees working remotely.