New York State and City Residency Rules Create Tax Traps for the UnwaryBy Steven P. Bryde | September 1, 2014 | Download PDF
Is your client a resident of New York State for tax purposes? Under NYS Tax Law Section 605(b), a resident is defined as someone who maintains a “permanent place of abode” and spends more than 183 days of the tax year in New York. But a recent case has redefined “permanent place of abode” for the purposes of determining statutory residency – and taxpayers and their counsel need to be careful: City and state residency rules remain complex and continue to lay many tax traps for the unwary.
This article, “New York State and City Residency Rules Create Tax Traps for the Unwary”, was originally published in The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, September 2014.
About Steven P. Bryde
Steven P. Bryde, JD, is a Senior Consultant in the Tax Practice at Marks Paneth LLP. He specializes in state and local taxation for corporations and flow-thru entities in a cross section of industries as well as for individuals. With more than 30 years of tax experience, Mr. Bryde has spent nearly his entire career in public accounting. Over the years, he has held positions at both global and regional accounting firms. Among his accomplishments... READ MORE +