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If I become a nonresident of NYC while still employed by the city do I have to pay NYC income taxes?

I I become a nonresident of NYC while still employed by the city do I have to pay NYC income taxes?  section 1127 of new york city charter

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I have heard this discussion. If my memory serves me, the answer is yes.

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.

if you're no longer a resident of the city,why would you still be paying an income tax rate for the city ?

you might STILL have some deductions according to the city tax tables but there's no way you should still be paying the full load.

 

check with personnel/payroll and ask more than once too as sometimes they DON'T KNOW what they're talking about either.

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