Retirement, taxes, lifestyle, family, and taxes are just a few of the reasons why your clients may consider a change in where they are located. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Steve Siegel, J.D., LLM walks you through what you need to consider as you advise clients, including:
Distinction between residency and domicile
Actions to sever domicile in one state and create it in another
Five essential factors that state auditors focus on when determining domicile
Ramifications of remote working across state lines during the pandemic
Access resources related to this podcast:
Broadridge Advisor article explaining domicile in client terms
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