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    Do you allow employed graduate assistants to work “remotely” – and specifically out of state? We have allowed remote work for graduate assistants and are finding state tax implications when the student is out of state. Our policy requires students to be residents of NC for tuition purposes, but we are finding out that students leave the state without telling anyone (i.e., fully online students, for example). Our financial offices are finding out the tax implications and the students don’t realize the complexities they create by moving out of our state while being employed by our university. I would be interested in hearing your policies or experiences with your graduate assistants and whether you allow remote work, and if that work can be in another state.


    Also, when your students complete your hiring paperwork, what address are you requesting? Do you request their permanent address? Their local address? What if they are online – do you require your graduate assistants to declare an address during the contract process? Are you tracking at the Graduate School level whether there are address changes, particularly out of state?

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