A tax manager who left her firm in Hawaii and moved to South Carolina was the subject of a very interesting article in the July 2007 Boomer Bulletin from Boomer Consulting Inc. What was so interesting was that not much changed for the Hawaiian firm, as she continues to work for it remotely from South Carolina.

Think about it: As more firms go paperless, this transition from onsite to remote employee can be fairly easy. This option will work well for employees who are making a family move to another part of the country, and for retiring employees.

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