A pressing question from clients has been around remote workforces and the related tax implications. As businesses weigh their options regarding from where an employee is required to work (home, office, or hybrid) there is a lot to consider. Our guest blogger today is Jennifer Karpchuk, an attorney and co-chair of the state and local tax controversy planning practice at Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry in Philadelphia. She describes the issues businesses should know regarding remote workforces. If you have remote employees, this is a must read.