Join Greenberg Traurig’s Tax Practice Group for a June 23 presentation on how the COVID-19 crisis and shelter-at-home orders affect state and local taxes; how (some) states have responded and the longer-term implications of more people working remotely—as individuals and businesses may need to alter their tax plans and filings to match the altered work conditions caused by the pandemic.
Key Topics to be Addressed:
- Effects of working remotely on personal income taxes, withholding, residency and telecommuting, and record-keeping requirements
- Implications for businesses on employees working remotely; nexus, withholding, and apportionment
- Longer term considerations; changing domicile, estate planning, and relocating your business
- Glenn Newman, Shareholder, Tax, New York
- James Martin, Associate, Tax, New York
- Shira Peleg, Associate, Tax, New York
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT
For additional resources on legal and business issues related to COVID-19, please visit Greenberg Traurig’s Health Emergency Preparedness Task Force: Coronavirus Disease 2019 page.
If you cannot attend the webinar, but are interested in watching the recording, please register and we will circulate instructions to watch the on-demand recording after the live event.
*CLE Credit Pending