Small changes could make Minnesota the leader for remote workers

The pandemic ushered in many changes to American life, to the degree that the tax changes it brought were not initially at the forefront of taxpayers' minds. But with remote work seemingly here to stay, taxpayers are now having to grapple with the fact that while remote work offers new opportunities and detaches workers from having to live in areas just because of job opportunities, it also means changes to tax obligations. While the North Star State is well-positioned in the race to attract remote workers, policymakers in St. Paul could still make changes that would both protect taxpayers and make Minnesota one of the best states in the country in the new economy.

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