Florida Residency How you know you have it, and what you may want to do if another state says you don’t



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Florida Residency

How you know you have it, and what you may
want to do if another state says you don’t



Paul R. Comeau, Esq.

716-848-1424

pcomeau@hodgsonruss.com


Mark S. Klein, Esq.

716-848-1411

mklein@hodgsonruss.com


Timothy P. Noonan, Esq.

716-848-1265



tnoonan@hodgsonruss.com


  1. NEW YORK RESIDENCY RULES AND GUIDELINES

    1. Personal Income Tax Law

        1. Generally - Like many states, New York taxes its residents on all income, regardless of whether it is attributable to New York activities or property. To be taxed as a New York resident, an individual must either be domiciled in New York or be a statutory resident (i.e., maintain a permanent place of abode and spend more than 183 days in the state during the tax year). New York City applies identical rules for determining who is a New York City resident for income tax purposes.




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