Three New NYS Tax Guides Authored by Hodgson Russ Attorneys
Three new guides to New York State tax issues, now available from CCH, have been authored by Hodgson Russ tax attorneys Paul R. Comeau, Mark S. Klein, Timothy P. Noonan, and Joshua K. Lawrence. One of the publications is co-authored by Jack Trachtenberg, taxpayer rights advocate for the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. New York Residency and Allocation Audit Handbook, by Paul Comeau, Mark Klein, and Tim Noonan, provides an in-depth, practical look at New York's residency and income allocation audit programs. It includes detailed, easy-to-read information drawn from the current tax law and from the authors’ experiences. New York Sales and Use Tax Answer Book, 2012, by Mark Klein, Joshua Lawrence, and Jack Trachtenberg, covers the full range of statutes, regulations, and legal rulings governing New York’s sales and use tax. It also includes practical guidance and examples to illustrate real-world applications of the rules. Guidebook to New York Taxes, 2012, by Mark Klein, is the publication’s 47th edition. It’s a resource for accurate, concise explanations of New York tax law for practitioners of state taxation in New York. Designed as a quick reference work, the handbook presents succinct discussions of state and local tax law and regulations, significant cases, and administrative rulings.