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Tax,
Labor/Employment

Dec. 16, 2020

Tax issues loom for lawyers working out of state

While tax withholding has always been an issue for states close to each other, such as New Jersey and New York, the pandemic has made the situation more complicated, according to Douglas W. Schwartz, a partner at Nossaman LLP who specializes in tax issues.

With the increase of remote work, lawyers are thinking about potential tax problems as some of their staff are temporarily working out of state.

While tax withholding has always been an issue for states close to each other, such as New Jersey and New York, the pandemic has made the situation more complicated, according to Douglas W. Schwartz, a partner at Nossaman LLP who specializes in tax issues.

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