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Pay more tax to work from home, says Deutsche Bank

Those people staff will help you save cash on travel, lunch and socialising, the economists explained, while also contributing fewer to the infrastructure of the economic system.

“That is a huge dilemma for the economic system as it has taken many years and hundreds of years to develop up the broader business and financial infrastructure that supports encounter-to-encounter operating,” the report explained.

The idea is that employers would fork out the levy if they never provide staff with a desk, while if the employee chooses to perform from household they would be taxed for each and every working day they did so.

In the US, the strategists argue that the tax could fork out for a $1,five hundred grant to the 29m staff who generate less than $thirty,000 a year and are unable to perform from household.