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Posted: 10/25/21 01:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Josh you will have to do your internet research just as I did or use an accountant (recommended) for the laws and rules of each state for doing business or employment there as a resident or non resident.

Some states have already and others are attempting to tax people who are working from home on the internet for companies located in another state than their home or resident state where they are staying/living. They are getting aggressive due to all the remote workers working from home due to Covid 19 according to many recent news reports.

In Nevada if you live continuous for more than 6 months then you must apply for a Nevada drivers license or ID card and this is same for everyone including especially persons working or conducting any type of commercial business in the state. Very short time limit for temporary workers. The work camping forums will also have persons experienced in this topic matter.

And yes some states use the local police and HP to check on out of state plates of RVers if they pull you over for traffic warning or ticket. It did happen to me in Nevada when I had out of state plates on truck and TT. I was not employed or conducting a business so I truthfully told this to the trooper when he ASK THE QUESTION how long I had been in Nevada and if I was working or conducting a business in his state. They are also used as revenuers and it is against the law to lie to a PO.

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Posted: 10/25/21 01:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Timmo! wrote:

Yep, and those with "experience" on such matters offer "wisdom". Wisdom = knowledge (knowing) + experience (doing).


Thanks for supporting my previous comment and advice sport as I am a former Financial and Tax Accountant of small S and C corporations and registered SEC CFP.

I gave him my advice based on both experience and as a former professional. Cheers to common sense.

Note: I am not a lawyer or paralegal and my advice or comments are not legal advice. Shish.

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Just keep in mind that, as a 1099, YOU will will likely be responsible for the payroll taxes that your employer normally would pay. Been there, done that.


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4x4van wrote:

Just keep in mind that, as a 1099, YOU will will likely be responsible for the payroll taxes that your employer normally would pay. Been there, done that.


Yes, if switching to 1099, make sure they increase your hourly rate sufficient to cover insurance, the employer side of social security (currently, you pay 6.2% and your employer pays 6.2%...as a 1099, you will pay the full 12.4%)

Been doing this for about 15yrs:
- I'm still an employee as I'm at a large company and they don't have a good option for 1099 plus they cover insurance and a good 401k system.
- Tammy is a 1099 (no corp). As others indicated, looked into it and with negligible liability risk, saw no real advantage.


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