The Boston Herald reported in December that Massachusetts instituted the policy during the early days of the COVID-19 crisis to maintain revenues the state would normally garner from out-of-state employees physically working within their borders.
(The Center Square) – New Hampshire is taking aim at a Massachusetts policy to tax Granite State residents’ income who work remotely for Bay State-based companies.
“Massachusetts has radically redefined what constitutes Massachusetts-sourced income in order to tax earnings for work performed entirely outside its borders,” New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon Macdonald said in the state’s latest submission to the Supreme Court, the Boston Herald reported. “This does not maintain the status quo. It upends it.”
New Hampshire and Gov. Chris Sununu filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Supreme Court challenging the tax policy after Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker extended the mandate.
“New Hampshire has painstakingly over