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Logging Into Zoom at the Beach Could Land You a Tax Bill

  • OECD examining tax issues for cross-border remote work
  • Businesses push for clarity to offer staff more flexibility

When does doing a little work on vacation turn into a stay that piques the interest of local tax authorities? And does a UK company, for example, face tax complications abroad if they have staff and key decision makers are dotted across Europe working remotely?

National tax authorities and the Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development are grappling with those questions as the remote-working revolution blurs the lines between work, residency and time off.