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On this week’s interview Paul talks to Andrew Wilford. He is Director of the Interstate Commerce Initiative for the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, a taxpayer research organization based in Washington, DC.
Specifically, Paul talks to Andrew about the organization’s brand new research on state policies and remote work (the ROAM Index). There is no doubt that COVID 19 enabled and encouraged “remote” work. Which states have the best rules and tax policies for those who wish to work remotely? Paul and Andrew discuss New Mexico’s performance (mediocre), which states perform best, and the states that perform worst in terms of their policies toward remote work.
New Mexico COULD be a bastion for remote work if its policymakers tried. Check out this conversation