Okay, so I just learned today that NFL/NBA/etc players have to pay taxes in every city/state they play in.
So a good friend of mine is a consultant working (employee) for a firm based in Tallahassee, FL which has no income tax. This friend, has however, occasionally, had reason to travel to other states (Georgia, New Jersey, New York, California to name a few) which do have income tax. Should this friend have filed tax returns in those states for a pro-rata portion of his/her salary? Would the answer be different if he/she was a contractor rather than employee?
- You (the responder) are probably not a lawyer/accountant. If you are, you are probably not licensed to practice in Florida. Even if you are a lawyer/accountant licensed to practice in Florida, you are not my (or anyone else who views this thread) lawyer/accountant. Nothing you post in this thread constitutes legal/tax advice and anybody who relies on it is a fucking moron. If someone who views this thread has an actual legal/tax problem, they should unquestionably consult a lawyer/accountant who is licensed to practice in their jurisdiction. Did I get it all?