In 2015, according to a Gallup poll, 37% of US workers telecommuted for work.
Indeed.com reportedly saw a 36% increase in job seekers pursuing “telecommute” roles in 2016. The company also saw an 89.5% increase in the search term “remote jobs” being used by job seekers.
While many employees only telecommute 2 days a week, on average, you may be working from a home office on a more regular basis. If you are, you could be curious about the tax implications.