The Cooperator Events Presents: Tax Time - Filing, Paying, and the Income Tax Implications of Working Remotely A Virtual Town Hall Sponsored by Czarnowski & Beer LLP

The Cooperator Events Presents A Virtual Town Hall: Tax Time - Filing, Paying, and the Income Tax Implications of Working Remotely. Sponsored by Czarnowski & Beer LLP.

Thursday January 7, 2021 at 1:30PM EST

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2020 has been a year none of us is likely to forget. With social distancing, stay-at-home orders, and remote work now part of our everyday vocabularies, the longer-term implications of the global pandemic are still emerging - even around something as predictable as annual income tax. With filing season right around the corner, this timely event will familiarize attendees with how working remotely may impact your personal - as well as business - income tax profile this year. Although panelists won’t be able to offer specific tax advice to individuals, they will offer a broad, informative overview that will allow participants to come away with a much better understanding of the most important aspects of this year's filing to discuss with a personal tax advisor. 

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