In 2019, direct spending for business travel throughout the US averaged $3.1B a day, or $35,700 a second. While the Covid-19 pandemic reduced business travel, it created a host of new tax issues for business with employees working from home. Many states also tax businesses that never send employees into their states based on sales volume alone. This program will discuss the state tax obligations that impact businesses as a result of sales or the location of employees in multiple states..
Identify the business tax obligations created when employees spend time working in other states.
Understand how a business can comply with these rules and avoid the traps associated with doing business in multiple states