Vermont will pay you $10K to move there - but there’s a catch

Vermont will pay you $10K to move there - but there’s a catch

Vermont will pay you $10K to move there - but there’s a catch

The money must be used for qualified expenses such as relocation costs, computer software and hardware, internet access and co-working memberships. The state has only budgeted for 100 grants to be given out over the next three years, on a first-come, first-serve basis beginning on January 1, 2019, and Goldstein says her office is already receiving inquiries.

Calling all remote workers: Vermont has a deal for you. Vermont is aging faster than the rest of the USA population, an economic crisis that has prompted some creative solutions from state officials. About 25 remote workers each year will be able to benefit.

The law defines a qualifying worker as working primarily from a Vermont home office or co-working space and employed full-time by an out-of-state based company. Well, thanks to state officials, you've officially got 10,000 more reasons to make the move.

Gov. Phil Scott signed the policy into law this week.

Current residents aren't eligible.

Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea
The briefing was held after the House Special Committee on the West Philippine Sea, chaired by former Speaker and Quezon City Rep. If anyone gets the natural resources in the Western Philippines Sea, South China Sea, he will go to war ", Cayetano said.

Meantime, you get up to $10,000-spread over your first two years-and you live in a truly attractive state.

"It's not going to be where we are going to write checks and people are going to come", Goldstein said. That's why increasing our work power is without doubt one of the prime priorities of my administration. The initiative, announced in March, aims to convert tourists into full-time residents. In 2019, grants will not exceed $125,000; that increases to $250,000 in 2020, then drops to $125,000 in 2021 and will not be more than $100,000 every year after that.

Romeo-Boles said that the flexible remote work arrangement allows businesses to retain their older workers who also want to continue their careers.

According to the Stay-to-Stay website, the program is a "lodging and networking package to connect guests to employers, entrepreneurs and potential neighbors in local communities around Vermont".

Related news