The taxpayer received a large amount of money in tax year 2007 from a case he litigated in Florida. Schedule C income for 2008 and 2009 were relatively smaller compared to 2007. The taxpayer stated that all of his schedule C income from legal services was sourced to the state of Florida.”
We want the money.
However, the taxpayer is not licensed to practice law in the State of Florida.”
Sounds like a Florida problem.
It was determined that he was admitted as counsel pro hac vice in the Circuit Court of the 12th Judicial Circuit in Sarasota County, Florida. This means that he was given special permission to help litigate this particular case even though you are not licensed to practice law in the state of Florida.”
He received permission from the Court. Are there any other issues?
Therefore, all of your income is subject to New York income tax, since your income was attributable to a profession carried out in New York State….”
By "carried out in New York State," do you mean Sarasota?
This was productive. Stay in touch.
Why is New York dissing New Jersey? Carr had a New Jersey license as well as a New York license. Why don’t you make it 50% to keep it fair?
He used to live in New York.
He used to go to college. Why don't you bill him for tuition also?