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New York Issues Opinion on City Residency An administrative law judge has agreed that the New York State Division of Taxation correctly determined that taxpayers were statutory residents of New York City for the 2011 through 2012 tax years.In this matter, the uncontested record revealed that the taxpayers were physically present for more than 183 days.See In the Matter of the Petition of Shearer for more information.New York Changes POA Application Process The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has issued an important notice advising taxpayers that it has changed its rules and regulations relating to powers of attorney (POA) for matters administered by the Department (including Division of Tax Appeals proceedings) and the New York City Department of Finance.POA web application Both taxpayers and representatives can now create and submit Form POA-1, generated by the POA web application, using their online services accounts.If you don’t have an online services account, create one here.
Simplified Form POA-1 A revised paper Form POA-1 is also now available.
The Department will continue to accept a POA that was completed on a previous version of Form POA-1, as long as the POA conforms to the Department's rules and regulations.
A POA filed on the (6/17) version of POA-1 does not automatically revoke a POA that is already on file with the Department, unless the POA specifically states it revokes all prior POAs.
The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has designed a web application to process Form POA-1 from a taxpayer's online services account.
Taxpayers not using the web application must fax or mail the form.