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Tax Residence and Nexus Disruptions Arising From the COVID-19 Pandemic

TAX RESIDENCE AND NEXUS DISRUPTIONS ARISING FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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Presentation Length 1.5 hours

Recorded DateMay 27, 2021
CPE:Not available
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Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

Did you live in one state or country but work in another due to COVID-19? How many days does it take to be considered a state resident or a U.S. resident? Discover the tax complications that can arise under state and federal residency rules for employees and employers alike and their connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learning Objectives: 


  • List the requirements for New York State residency, including the rules for counting days spent in New York

  • Define federal tax residency, how it differs from New York State tax residency and possible avenues of relief from residency taxation 

  • Give examples of the potential multistate tax consequences for individual employees and their employers arising from the shift to remote work and other significant implications of multistate tax migration and the telework model

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An attorney for over 35 years, Karen founded Tenenbaum Law, P.C., which helps individuals and businesses facing IRS and New York State tax problems. Karen is a frequent speaker on IRS and NYS tax issues for numerous professional organizations, including the NCCPAP Accounting and Tax Symposium, AAA-CPA, New York State Society of Enrolled Agents and more. Presently, she serves as the Chair of the Suffolk County Bar Association Tax Law Committee. Karen received her LL.M. (Taxation) from New York University School of Law and her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. Karen is admitted to the State Bar of New York and to the U.S. Tax Court. Karen is also a Certified Public Accountant.

Karen has been honored by the Suffolk County Bar Association Tax Committee with the Award of Recognition for her Exemplary Service to the Tax Law Committee and by Schneps Media with the Power Lawyers Award. She has been inducted into Long Island Business New’s Hall of Fame and was listed on the Power 25 Lawyer List. Karen has been named a New York Metro Super Lawyer for many years.

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Scott Ahroni’s practice focuses on Federal and New York State/City civil and criminal tax controversies. He represents clients at all stages of disputes with the Internal Revenue Service, the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, the New York City Department of Finance, and the New York State Department of Labor, including audits, administrative appeals, and tax litigation in various courts and tribunals including the United States Tax Court, New York State’ Division of Tax Appeals, and the New York State Appellate Divisions, First and Third Department. 

As part of his tax controversy practice, Mr. Ahroni represents clients in federal and state criminal investigations and revenue crimes bureau and special investigation unit examinations where he assists clients in, among other things, responding to subpoenas and investigative demands. Mr. Ahroni also assists his clients with tax planning for both domestic and cross-border transactions, related to income, estate, corporate/franchise, sales, and withholding tax obligations.

Mr. Ahroni is a frequent lecturer for numerous CPA societies and speaker for events such as the National Conference of CPA Practitioners. Mr. Ahroni has received accolades from his years of service in the legal field including receiving the Max Block Award in 2014 from the CPA Journal. Mr. Ahroni currently serves as an adjunct professor at Queens College, City University of New York, where he teaches graduate courses in State and Local, Business and Estate, and Gift Taxation.  

Mr. Ahroni received his J.D degree, cum laude, and his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Miami School of Law.  
 

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Lance Rothenberg, J.D., LL.M., is a tax consultant with CohnReznick, LLP (New Jersey/New York) focusing on state and federal tax controversies and disputes as well as multi-state tax planning issues.  Lance has broad experience assisting a wide-range of businesses and business owners, from Fortune 100 companies and high net-worth individuals to small and mid-size businesses, facing a variety of federal, state, local, and multi-state tax issues, including sales and use taxes, personal income taxes and residency, payroll taxes, corporate income and franchise taxes, and excise taxes.

Prior to joining CohnReznick, Lance gained significant tax experience working at prominent, international law firms in both Washington, DC and New York, NY.  Lance represents clients facing federal and state audits before the IRS and state/city tax departments, with residency audits, with voluntary disclosure matters, with sales/use tax audits, in collection proceedings, and when necessary, he assists with appeals before administrative tribunals.  He frequently helps clients with obtaining advisory opinions and letter rulings, in addressing multi-state nexus issues, with tax clearance issues, with bulk sale issues, with responsible person trust fund assessments, and with responding to routine audit notices.  He has significant experience defending New York residency audits, and has broad experience advising clients on sales and use tax matters, including Wayfair nexus and marketplace provider issues.

Lance is a frequent author and lecturer on a variety of state and local tax topics.  He genuinely enjoys working with his clients and helping solve their tax problems.

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Tenenbaum Law, P.C. provides legal counsel to individuals and businesses facing IRS and NYS tax problems. The firm represents taxpayers before the IRS and New York State Department of Taxation of Finance on matters such as individual and business tax audits, NYS & NYC residency audits, IRS Appeals, NYS Conciliation Conferences, voluntary disclosures, Installment Agreements, Offers in Compromise, levies and seizures, innocent spouse relief claims, and penalty abatement requests.