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 Lower Taxes Seen for Nonresidents Who Own Property in New York

Wall Street Journal
February 20, 2014

Hodgson Russ tax attorney Timothy P. Noonan is quoted in the Wall Street Journal article "Lower Taxes Seen for Nonresidents Who Own Property in New York," published February 20, 2014. The article discusses the New York State Court of Appeals' highly-anticipated decision in John Gaied v. New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal. The court’s decision, in a victory for the taxpayer, established a new rule for determining when individuals domiciled outside of New York may still be taxed here as “statutory residents.” Tim argued the case on behalf of Mr. Gaied.

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