NY Law License Doesn't Allow NY To Tax Atty's Fla. Work

Law360, Miami (July 30, 2015, 5:56 PM EDT) -- An attorney licensed in New York but allowed to represent a client in a case in Florida does not have to pay income tax in New York solely because he has a professional license there, according to a ruling from a New York Division of Tax Appeals judge released Thursday.

In the decision, authored July 23, Administrative Law Judge Barbara J. Russo said Patrick J. Carr does not have to pay a $68,260 tax bill from the New York Division of Taxation because although he was...
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