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How is residency determined

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Did you spend more than 183 days in New York City last year?
Residency is determined by where your primary belongings are, mail is sent to, and where your kids are registered in school. If you have a second home that is located in NYC, it can be confusing to understand which taxes to pay and which you can legally avoid. As long as you don’t spend more than 183 days in your NYC home, you should be able to avoid NYC income taxes. Contact a qualified CPA so you’re not paying more taxes than you should be.

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