The determination of resident status has significant income tax implications in New York State and New York City. Join attorney Richard W. Goldstein of Baker Tilly for this timely update to his program addressing the determination, implications, and appeals of income tax resident and nonresident status.
In this program, he will cover resident status planning, the tax audit process, audit defense, and the appeals process for adverse audit determinations. He will also address the methods that are used to audit taxpayer resident status and proactive measures you can take to ensure the best tax outcomes for your client.
Attorney Richard W. Goldstein has been practicing in the field of State and Local tax with emphasis on New York State and New York City tax matters as well as New Jersey and Connecticut tax matters for more than 26 years. His clients include medium to very large multinational business and high net worth individuals. He has significant experience representing clients in audits and in tribunals and courts. He has represented clients in tax court in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Virginia. A sample of tax matters that he routinely handles includes, real estate transfer tax, personal income tax, corporate income tax, sales and use tax, escheat, hotel occupancy tax, and commercial rent tax. He is a managing partner of Goldstein Jones LLP and can be reached via phone at (646) 776-6100 or via email at email@example.com.
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