Jul 08, 2024


In this episode of How Tax Works, host Matt Foreman discusses state residency rules to determine where an individual is a resident for income tax purposes.  Focusing on New York’s rules, Matt will discuss rules for residency, domicile, and how to change both.  This episode is for business owners, attorneys, accountants, and their advisors, as well as the Franchise Tax Board of California, which litigated this issue and a variety of ancillary issues with Gilbert Hyatt for roughly 30 years.

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How Tax Works, hosted by FRB Partner Matthew E. Foreman, Esq., LL.M., delves into the intricacies of taxation, breaking down complex concepts for a clearer understanding of how tax laws impact your financial decisions. Through this, listeners are treated to a comprehensive breakdown of entity structures, from the robust shield of C corporations to the flexibility of partnerships and LLCs. Foreman navigates through the maze of tax considerations, shedding light on entity-level taxation, shareholder responsibilities, and nuanced tax strategies. Foreman shares valuable insights and practical advice, emphasizing the need for informed decision-making and consultation with tax professionals. From qualified small business stock to state and local tax considerations, no stone is left unturned in this illuminating exploration of tax law and entity selection.

Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur, accountant, lawyer, or financial advisor, “How Tax Works” offers a wealth of knowledge to empower you in making sound business decisions. Tune in and embark on a journey to unravel the complexities of tax law, one episode at a time.

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