Imagine you are a professional baseball player. You have to pay Federal taxes on your contract. Then he has to pay state taxes for games played on his home field. Additionally, he has to pay state taxes for games played in other states. Since every state he plays in has a different tax structure, things can get really complicated. But Craig’s goal today is to make things less so.
Today we are discussing state taxes, and how they are handled when you live in one state, but do work in another. We will also look at sales taxes from the standpoint of internet purchases and how the Government is getting involved with that.