MTA payroll tax draws laws

Miller, Chris
December 2009
Hudson Valley Business Journal;12/21/2009, Vol. 19 Issue 50, p1
The article reports on the lawsuit filed by William Schoolman, principal of Hampton Luxury Liner and Schoolman Transportation System Inc. and attorney Joseph N. Campolo against the implementation of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Payroll Tax in Hudson Valley, New York. The lawsuit requires MTA to refund employer taxpayers for whatever they have been paid. Information about the impact of MTA Payroll Tax on employers is also discussed.


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