NEW UPDATE: COVID-induced States of Emergency and the Tax Implications for U.S. Employers

    Jun 30, 2021 @ 05:26 PM / by Jeremy Piccoli

    Buildings in downtown Boston Massachusetts

    A Continued State of Emergency

    On Monday, June 28, the Supreme Court denied the request to hear the case brought forward by New Hampshire against Massachusetts regarding the taxation of remote workers. No rationale or explanation was provided by the Court, and only Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito said they would have granted permission for the lawsuit to proceed.

    New Hampshire Governor Sununu said in a statement, "By siding with the Biden administration and allowing inappropriate taxation of New Hampshire citizens, the Supreme Court is setting a costly precedent. This decision will have lasting ramifications for thousands of Granite State residents.”

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    Jeremy Piccoli

    Written by Jeremy Piccoli

    Jeremy joined AIRINC in the fall of 2012 and is responsible for managing AIRINC’s International Tax Guide and tax calculator products, as well as consulting with clients. Prior to joining AIRINC, Jeremy spent more than 6 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers’ International Assignment Services practices in Hartford and Boston, providing tax compliance and consulting services to multinational companies and their expatriate population. He received his B.S. with a concentration in Accounting and a Master of Science in Accounting from the University of Connecticut. Jeremy is an Enrolled Agent, a federally licensed tax practitioner who specializes in taxation.