Bloomberg quoted Tax Partner Barry Halpern in an article about New York State’s aggressive pursuit of nonresident taxpayers who work for New York companies.
By Alexis Leondis
There are only a few ways for workers to stop allocating income to New York State: If they were reassigned to an office in a different state or created what’s known as a bona fide home office in another state. The onus will be on the taxpayer to provide proof, otherwise the state will presume she owes taxes, according to Barry Halpern, a partner in New York at accounting firm Marcum LLP.
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