Telecommuting Telebright v Division of Taxation

Telecommuting is an employment relationship whereby employees do not commute to a central office location, but instead work remotely using technology to communicate and share information with colleagues and... more +
Telecommuting is an employment relationship whereby employees do not commute to a central office location, but instead work remotely using technology to communicate and share information with colleagues and employers. Telecommuting arrangements often vary depending on the workplace. In some arrangements, employees may never come into a central office. While in others, employees may only telecommute a few days per week or month.  Telecommuting can lead to greater employee satisfaction and productivity; however, some employers may find that working frequently outside the office diminishes team building and brainstorming. In addition, allowing telecommuting may implicate certain workplace legal issues.  less -
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Tips For Telecommuting After Telebright

In a case appealed from the tax court, the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, recently affirmed that an out-of-state employer was subject to the New Jersey corporation business tax because it allowed one of its...more

For Corporations, a "Virtual Office" in New Jersey Can Lead to an Actual Tax

For out-of-state corporations that do business in New Jersey through the use of “virtual offices,” the recent decision by the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey in Telebright Corporation, Inc. v. Director,...more

CPAs and Taxpayers Beware: Employee Telecommuting Is Doing Business In New Jersey For Purposes of Taxation

The New Jersey Tax Court has held that a foreign corporation that consistently permits an employee to telecommute from her New Jersey residence is doing business in New Jersey and is subject to the New Jersey Corporation...more

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