Think you’ve kept good track of 183 days in New York? Think again.
Think you can prove New York isn’t your permanent home? The taxman says think again. Tax audits of individuals claiming non-residency in New York are on the rise, and this isn’t entirely a new trend. States like New York have always been aggressive about residency audits. According to Institutional Investor, New York City’s high concentration of multi-millionaires and billionaires working in, commuting into, and/or living part-time in the city, combined with its high taxes, has made it one of the most aggressive states when it comes to auditing nonresident filers.