Match CEO Nixes NY Taxes, Penalties Based On Dallas Move

Law360, Washington (February 10, 2017, 3:16 PM EST) -- Match.com's CEO is off the hook for hundreds of thousands of dollars in New York state taxes and penalties after a state Division of Tax Appeals decision made public Thursday held that his real home during the years in question was in Dallas, not Manhattan.

Administrative Law Judge Donna M. Gardiner canceled the notice of deficiency against Gregory Blatt's income taxes because she agreed that the dating website chief spent more of his time, and his intentions, in Dallas in 2009 and 2010. New York state bases income taxes on primary domicile and physical time spent in the state, and Judge...

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