Michigan Cities Want To Collect Income Tax From Nonresidents Working At Home
New Jersey is taxing what drivers are left on the roads because the state is shutdown. Now Michigan cities are going after people who are working in their homes because of the shutdowns?
(From Michigan Capitol Confidential)
Some local governments in Michigan could see a decline in their income tax collections as thousands of employees who normally work within their jurisdictions instead work from homes, located elsewhere, during the coronavirus pandemic. Under current law, those individuals’ income is not subject to a local income tax.
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