While state and local governments have ended or relaxed mandatory work-from-home orders and are trying to bring back the in-person workforce, some employees remain hesitant to return to in-office work for numerous reasons. This trend may result in unanticipated tax obligations for employers and employees because many of the pandemic-related hold-harmless protections from withholding and
Join members of the SALT team during COST’s virtual 2021 State and Local Tax Webinar for the Tech Industry
Between August 11 and 13, members of the Eversheds Sutherland SALT team will help cover the key state and local tax issues technology companies are facing during COST’s virtual 2021 State and Local Tax Webinar for the Tech Industry.
Eversheds Sutherland SALT attorneys are presenting on several topics, including:
- Transfer Pricing in the Technology
TEI New York Chapter 57th Annual Tax Symposium
On December 9, Eversheds Sutherland SALT lawyers will present a “SALT Survival Guide” as part of the TEI New York Chapter’s 57th Annual Tax Symposium, held virtually this year.
Presentation topics include:
- Jeff Friedman and Nikki Dobay – Issues that will be addressed by state legislatures and courts in 2021 (presentation materials
SALT Issues Related to Worker Classification and Teleworking – Part II
This is episode two of our two-part podcast series based upon our webcast addressing SALT Issues Related to Worker Classification and Teleworking. In this marketplace podcast, we discuss SALT issues that teleworking may create for marketplaces with various business models, and provide tips on how to best position your business for the new normal of…
SALT Issues Related to Worker Classification and Teleworking – Part I
This is episode one of a two part podcast series based upon our webcast addressing SALT Issues Related to Worker Classification and Teleworking. In this marketplace podcast, we discuss ongoing worker classification disputes in California, as well as other states, and the SALT implications resulting from those disputes. In the next episode, we will …
Keeping it Convenient? Bill Introduced in NY Senate that Would Allow Employers to Withhold Based on “Normal Work Location.”
New York S. 8386, introduced and referred to the Budget and Revenue Committee on May 21, 2020, provides that employers “may designate” remote work by employees who have been required to telework during the Covid-19 pandemic state of emergency “as having been performed at the location such work was performed prior to the declaration…