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Old 10-20-2017, 11:25 AM
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Working Remote Taxes DE and PE

Hi, I just started working Remote (because i had to move out of state due to my husband's job) My company didn't want to see me leave so they offered me to work from Home and not come into the office.
my question is how do the taxes work?
the company is in PA but I live and work out of my home in DE.
I just want to make sure all the correct taxes are being taken out of my Pay check.



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Old 10-22-2017, 10:48 AM
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Hi, I just started working Remote (because i had to move out of state due to my husband's job) My company didn't want to see me leave so they offered me to work from Home and not come into the office.
my question is how do the taxes work?========>as usual aslongas you are their reg W2 EE; however, if you're an employee who works at home, you may be eligible for tax deductions that are unavailable to in-office employees.
Before you claim these deductions, be sure you meet the criteria set out by the IRS, or you could face additional taxes or penalties.
If your home office is used exclusively and regularly for business purposes, you may be able to deduct a portion of your home-related expenses, such as mortgage interest, property taxes, homeowners insurance and some utilities.



the company is in PA but I live and work out of my home in DE.
I just want to make sure all the correct taxes are being taken out of my Pay check========>>>Each state has itS own taxing authority. You generally only pay taxes in the state you reside and/or work in. You owe taxes where you work. Where the job is done is where you are paid and where the tax liability is incurred, in your case, you neeed to pay taxes to your home state of DE ONLY.



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