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In Case You Missed It: Mark Loyd discusses human resources state tax issues
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In case you missed it, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Mark Loyd recently authored an article for The Kentucky CPA Journal (Issue 4 2012). In the article, titled “Human resources state tax issues,” Mark discusses common state tax quandaries that human resources professionals face on a regular basis. State tax issues surrounding worker classifications, multi-state employees, state of residence, the potential for HR officer liability and localities are all covered. An excerpt of the article is below. Click here to see the full article in The Kentucky CPA Journal.

Excerpt from “Human resources state tax issues”

Ensuring compliance with employment-related state tax laws is one of many important things that human resource (HR) professionals do.

It is common for businesses to have people who work somewhere other than where they live and work at multiple locations, often in multiple and different states and localities. Consequently, HR-type state tax issues come up from time to time – if not daily.

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