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Old 05-01-2013, 08:18 PM
 
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We're close to leaving California, I currently telecommute from my home office. My employer (a Delaware based company) has offices globally, NY, TN, CA.

The office I was aligned with closed, my manager is based in NY.

I checked with HR about moving, they claim I would still be treated as a California employee subject to the employment laws and taxes of the state.

Truth?
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:57 AM
 
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We're close to leaving California, I currently telecommute from my home office. My employer (a Delaware based company) has offices globally, NY, TN, CA.

The office I was aligned with closed, my manager is based in NY.

I checked with HR about moving, they claim I would still be treated as a California employee subject to the employment laws and taxes of the state.

Truth?
I would suggest that advice from an employment lawyer is needed here, rather than legal advice from anonymous posters on the internet.
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Old 05-12-2013, 01:16 PM
 
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My understanding is that if you move to Nevada (or any other state) and take up residence, even if your employer witholds CA income tax, you would file a non resident tax return with CA and would get refunded all the taxes you paid in CA. You may be liable for paying CA taxes for the time, if any, you spend in CA during the year though. This is how they get pro athletes that may not live in CA (other states do this as well) but travel for games in CA. They make them pay taxes on their earning they made in CA.
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Old 05-20-2013, 12:03 PM
 
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False. The state you work from is the tax code you go by. My company has had telecommuters for 10+ years and we are all over the country. I have now worked in 2 separate states. I would speak with your HR dept. They should know this.
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