Remote-Working From a Different State? Beware of a Tax Surprise

Remote-Working From a Different State? Beware of a Tax Surprise
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Many workers will face extra taxes by the states they have worked in during the coronavirus crisis.

In March, millions of people had their workplaces scrambled by the coronavirus pandemic and hastily decamped to work remotely. Even with some offices reopening, many hope to prolong the arrangement now that summer is here.

But if you’re doing your job in a state different from your usual one, beware: You may need to file returns and perhaps pay taxes there. So check on your 2020 state taxes now to avoid a bad surprise next year.

Source: Wall Street Journal

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