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Tax and Accounting Compliance from a (Social) Distance

Reality Reset: Employer Operations in a Pandemic and Beyond


Tax laws and accounting rules can be difficult to understand and navigate, even outside of a global pandemic. As CAAs continue to adopt remote work arrangements, the tax implications of moving employees out of the physical workplace and across state borders may not be immediately apparent. In this session, we discuss a variety of issues pertaining to how state and federal tax laws may apply to a CAA that has implemented a remote work arrangement. We also address the rules that finance departments may run into as they oversee the transition to a remote or hybrid workplace.

Presented on: February 25, 2021
Presented by: Christopher Jones, Ballard Spahr LLP, and Denes Tobie, Wipfli LLP

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