In This Issue:

Despite Incorrect Advice from NYS Tax Department, Conference Request Held to Be Untimely; Corporate Officer Liable for Sales Tax Despite Creditor’s “Sweep Arrangement” with Corporation; Charter Yacht Not Eligible for Commercial Vessel Exemption from Use Tax; New York City Obtains Injunction Against Sale of Untaxed Cigarettes; and Insights in Brief.

Excerpt from Despite Incorrect Advice from NYS Tax Department, Conference Request Held to Be Untimely:

In Matter of Kevin Ryan and Paullina Simons, DTA No. 824835 (N.Y.S. Tax App. Trib., Sept. 12, 2013), the New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal affirmed the dismissal of the taxpayers’ petition by the Administrative Law Judge, and found that their request for a conciliation conference was untimely, since it had not been filed within the required 30-day period to contest an assessment containing a fraud penalty.

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Topics:  Corporate Officers, Creditors, Fraud, Injunctions, Penalties, Personal Liability, Sales & Use Tax, Same-Sex Marriage, Tax Assessment, Tax Exemptions, Tax Returns, Vessels

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Business Organization Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, General Business Updates, Tax Updates

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