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COVID-19 has upended how businesses operate, leading many owners to learn, nearly overnight, how to navigate the complexities and challenges of a virtual workforce. These sudden changes introduce an array of tax and legal considerations for employers when determining their employees’ eligibility to work remotely and how to shape their return to work office guidelines.
On Tuesday, September 15, from 11 am to 12 pm EST, join Senior Vice President Judy Barnhard, CPA, CFP®, CFDA® of Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell, an accounting and advisory firm, and Thomas L. McCally, Partner and Leader of the Employment and Labor Law Practice Group at Carr Maloney P.C., a DC-area law firm, as they address the following:
It has been five months since COVID-19 introduced the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region and the rest of the country to remote work. Now more than ever, business owners must educate themselves on these issues to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal authorities while successfully managing the sustainability of their business.
Join Carr Maloney P.C. and Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell, P.C. on September 15 for a comprehensive outlook on the ongoing legal and tax considerations for a remote workforce.
This event is now closed to new registrations.