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New York’s Remote Work Tax Under Attack From Closest Neighbors

New York’s economy has long benefited from the roughly 500,000 people who commute into work from Connecticut and New Jersey every day—not only because of the spending they do on their lunch breaks, but the New York taxes applied to their wages. Now, with more people working from home, Connecticut and New Jersey leaders say that tax money belongs to them—and they’re willing to fight for it.

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New York’s Remote Work Tax Under Attack From Closest Neighbors

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    New York’s Remote Work Tax Under Attack From Closest Neighbors

    New York’s Remote Work Tax Under Attack From Closest Neighbors

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