Professor Edward Zelinsky spoke to The New York Times about the tax consequences of moving out of state for remote work during the pandemic. Some states impose income tax on people who work there for as little as a single day.
“What we’ve learned in the last six months are the benefits and the disadvantages of federalism," he said. The benefits include governors who acted responsibly in managing the pandemic who "can make up for deficiencies of the federal government. The disadvantages are that states are going to have 50 different tax rules.”
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