Tennessee Telecommuter taxed by New York

The US Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from a Tennessee resident who telecommuted for a New York company. Even for the time the worker was not in NY, the Empire State taxed his wages. This certainly discourages telecommuting for NY companies and suggests that subsidiaries should be established in more tax friendly states. Click here for the full article about Huckaby v. New York State Division of Tax Appeals, 04-1734

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