New York auditors crack down on out-of-state residents avoiding tax: ‘Tax version of a colonoscopy’

Source: New York Post

New York State auditors monitor everything from people’s travel schedules to the locations of their pets in order to prove that they owe taxes even if they have residency out of state, according to a report.

Wealthy Empire State residents who maintain an abode in New York but spend most of their time elsewhere are still on the hook to pay the taxman in Albany.

State auditors go to great lengths to investigate claims by those who say they are either part-time or nonresidents of New York, according to Bloomberg News.

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