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  • I presume he'll be at the HQ office for more than a year, so the tax situation can vary.  Here are a few basics, though: Assuming he is a US citizen and remains so, his income in either country is still subject to US income tax (all US Person are taxed ...

  • _ We put together a telecommuting policy and it specifically states the following: Employees will only be allowed to telecommute in states where the Company currently conducts business as of the time the Agreement is signed by the employee and the Company. ...

  • _ Once in a while is one thing.  Continually is another. Did you know that if a non-NY sports team plays in NY, the income from that game is taxed?  Yup. Different regions have different tax requirements.

  • Thank you for your responses! Yes, we always work with our tax attorney on taxing questions, but we know we have to take taxes from our employee's pay with the new move.  Our management was mainly concerned with how to inform employees formally with ...

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    Employee working in the US for HQ in Asia

    _ Our HQ/parent company is located in Asia and they are hiring someone in the C-suite who's currently located in the US. Due to COVID, the person won't be able to relocate and physically report to the HQ office until later next year. The best case ...

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