Re: What if an employee moves out of Kali... umm, California and then quits?
But, what if any of the employees live outside of the state and occasionally fly in? I imagine those who telecommute from outside the state may be exempt, but if they work in the SF office remotely, maybe they are on the hook.
SF (from what I heard in 2007) has firefighters who work 3 or 4 days a cycle and then fly back out of SF to their ranches in Colorado, Arizona, or where ever. Some make $90,000 to $200,000 a year, and don't RESIDE in CA, except in the fire house when on duty, or in a hotel if here for work but not on fire-call.
But, imagine having options, getting a $500,000 tax bill, then watching the options go to zero value, and still having the IRS expecting to be paid.... No wonder investing can make people jump from skyscrapers...