An Update on State Wage Withholding and the Mobile Workforce Act: From the Payroll Department -- Cut Us a Break!

Leonardis, Peter; Ajudua, Helena
May 2010
Journal of State Taxation;May/Jun2010, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p21
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the bill Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Fairness and Simplification Act (H.R. 2110) in the U.S. and other laws about state withholding for nonresident employees. It notes that H.R. 2010 was designed to limit the authority of States to tax certain income of employees for employment duties performed in other States. Furthermore, it also mentions certain withholding rule changes that were adopted at the state level.


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