Tag Archives: State Taxation

Bad News for New York Nonresident Telecommuters: New York Issues COVID-19 Telecommuting Guidance

Without notice or fanfare, the New York Department of Taxation updated guidance on its website to address the application of its “convenience of the employer” rule to COVID-19 telecommuters.  The question of whether New York would consider employees who are working remotely due to the pandemic as doing so for “convenience” or “necessity,” has been … Continue Reading

The Curious Case of New Jersey and Ms. Darcey: New Jersey Taxation of Nonqualified Deferred Compensation

New Jersey challenges its residents (and their employers) by diverging in significant and meaningful ways from Federal definitions of income.  In these ways, New Jersey shares much in common  although not all in common) with its western neighbor, Pennsylvania. Fortunately, New Jersey has entered into a reciprocal agreement with its neighbor Pennsylvania so that a … Continue Reading
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