Law360, New York (March 17, 2016, 11:19 AM EDT) -- Andrew D. Appleby
Marc A. Simonetti
Michael J. Kerman
A New York state Division of Tax Appeals administrative law judge issued three determinations addressing the tax implications for unauthorized insurance companies, both life and nonlife. Significant uncertainty has surrounded New York state's taxation of unauthorized insurance companies since New York state amended its insurance tax provisions (Article 33) in 2003. The Department of Taxation and Finance even issued a technical memorandum in 2012 reversing its prior position on unauthorized life insurance company taxation. These ALJ determinations provide much needed clarity, although questions still remain.
Unauthorized nonlife insurance companies: The ALJ...
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