In case you missed it, there is a shift going on in work. We have posted frequently about the acceleration of Distributed Work, but the confluence of taxes, regulation, and COVID have "reached a tipping point" as Brad says below. It is going to be an interesting next few years, and we are excited to see the innovation communities bring to the table.
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The Great HQ Migration https://t.co/46zsjjNeUa— Brad Feld (@bfeld) December 14, 2020
The Great HQ Migration https://t.co/flAIKXlWzc pic.twitter.com/UJezsoBXD0— Mike Hendrix (@MrMHendrix) December 14, 2020
Tech co's & workers moving to low/zero income tax states was already underway pre-pandemic, driven by 2018 elimination of SALT. Covid put that into 6th gear, says @bfeld, and expect it to continue: https://t.co/J4JJUAmI1P— Semil (@semil) December 14, 2020
Distributed work is here. And State Taxes are now a competitive disadvantage. #remoterworkhttps://t.co/oKiUdBZGZw— Timo Kissel (@timokissel) December 14, 2020
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