HARRISBURG – Legislation aimed at providing greater flexibility for Pennsylvanians who work for an employer in another state has been approved by the state Senate Finance Committee. The COVID-19 pandemic prompted the temporary suspension of regulations impacting PA residents who worked from home for corporations based outside of the state. York County Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill’s legislation seeks to permanently codify this exception, allowing employees to work from home for up to 50% of the year without triggering the Corporate Net Income Tax. Senate Bill 416 aims to alleviate tax-related burdens and enable Pennsylvanians to fully benefit from the remote work options offered by their employers. The legislation will go to the full Senate for consideration.