New York just posted a notice on their website that they’ve had an economic nexus law all along. And it's been effective ever since the Wayfair decision was announced. Listen in as Andy and Dan decipher what New York has decided to do with their economic nexus laws. Also, they discuss New York’s whistleblower laws and what that could mean to you - particularly in the context of this new notice. Find out for yourself if New York’s laws on fraud are fair or not.
What are New York’s new economic nexus laws?
What caveat has New York added to their statute?
When will New York’s economic nexus laws come into effect?
Does New York have unusual fiscal calendar quarters? If so, why?
What are New York’s economic nexus thresholds?
How does New York enforce tax fraud laws?
What is New York’s definition of sales tax fraud?
Can I collect a bounty if I am a whistleblower?
How can I report tax fraud to New York?
Is New York’s tax fraud law really fair?
Why was Sprint sued by New York for $300 Million?
Did Sprint commit tax fraud in New York?
How much did the whistleblower get from Sprint’s settlement with New york?
How many states have economic nexus laws now?
Can a VDA save a business from a whistleblower and being sued by New York?
Get the link to New York’s site to report fraud HERE
Learn how much a whistleblower can earn HERE..
Find the link for the story on My Pillow HERE.
Find Andy’s article on My Pillow HERE.
Find the story on Sprint HERE.