The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance recently revised its Nonresident Audit Guidelines, updating the guidelines that had been in place since 2012. Included in the revised guidelines are changes to the Department’s views on both domicile and statutory residency audits. Individuals and practitioners involved in residency audits should be aware that certain of the revisions are taxpayer-friendly and can be employed favorably in audits and litigation.
New York’s Revised Nonresident Audit Guidelines: A Tool for Taxpayers?
By McDermott Will & Emery on July 21, 2014
Posted In Income Tax, New York, Procedure