Trudging to the office is so … 20th century. These days, anyone can work from anywhere. And they do. But having employees across different states can trigger unintended payroll liabilities in states far from your corporate offices. Even if employees only work occasionally in different states, you could be liable to pay taxes there. And one tax liability usually leads to a host of others. Depending on state rules, you could also be on the hook for corporate, excise, and unemployment taxes.
In our online training Managing the Risks and Rewards of Remote Payroll, you’ll learn the ins and outs of inter-state tax laws, what you may be on the hook for, and how you can change your operations to avoid additional taxes. Learn the basics you need to know now to avoid surprises and fines later.