Remote Work: Everything Startups Need to Know on Tax, Legal & Culture Issues


Two Burkland startup experts discuss the most important tax, legal and culture issues related to having a remote workforce.
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In startup life, cash is king. That’s why it’s essential to ensure you’re avoiding tax penalties and legal fines. One issue you might not have fully considered is employing out-of-state remote workers.

To break down all the implications of having a remote workforce, we talk with two Burkland experts, Brian Lahargoue, with HR Services, and Ardy Esmaeili, Head of Tax Services.

Topics covered:

  • Legal implications for having remote workers
  • Tax implications for having remote workers
  • Managing culture and mental wellness remotely
  • Where remote work is headed

This discussion with Brian Lahargoue and Ardy Esmaeili was taken from our Startup Success podcast series.