Mark S. Klein and Joshua K. Lawrence Co-Author NYS Sales and Use Tax Guide Published by CCH


New York Sales and Use Tax Answer Book, written by Hodgson Russ attorneys Mark S. Klein and Joshua K. Lawrence and by Jack Trachtenberg, New York State’s Taxpayer Rights Advocate and a former Hodgson Russ attorney, has been published by CCH. CCH is a leading publisher of tax and accounting materials for professionals.

The guidebook, written primarily for tax practitioners, is a comprehensive resource that covers the full range of statutes, regulations, and legal rulings that govern New York State’s sales and use tax. It also includes examples and practice tips that illustrate real-world applications of the rules.

A partner in Hodgson Russ’s State & Local Tax (SALT) Practice Group, Mr. Klein concentrates his practice primarily on New York State and New York City tax matters. He has more than 25 years of experience with federal, multistate, state, and local taxation. Mr. Lawrence, also a member of the firm’s SALT Practice Group, counsels businesses and individuals on state and local tax matters, focusing on New York State, New York City, and multistate taxation. Mr. Trachtenberg left Hodgson Russ to become the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance’s first Taxpayer Rights Advocate.

Mr. Klein, Mr. Lawrence, and Mr. Trachtenberg wrote the Answer Book with Hodgson Russ SALT attorneys Timothy P. Noonan and Joseph N. Endres as contributing authors.

New York Sales and Use Tax Answer Book can be purchased at CCH’s website. The guide will be published on an ongoing basis by CCH and updated annually.


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