2017 State Nexus Policies Affecting Payroll

Employees who work in one state and reside in another can present compliance challenges for employers, and need to tracked carefully. While these employees generally are subject to income tax withholding rules of the state where they work, the type and extent of the activities need to be monitored to avoid unintended compliance problems. The 2017 Survey of State Tax Departments sheds light on which employment activities trigger nexus in states. In 2017, 44 states the District of Columbia and New York City responded to the survey, which was released April 28, 2017, by Bloomberg Law's Tax and Accounting Division.

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