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Summary of rule making actions 2015

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July 7, 2015

  • Adoption of Amendments to the City of New York Withholding Tables and Other Methods Contained in Appendix 10-C. The amendments implement revised New York City withholding tables and other methods applicable to wages and other compensation paid on or after June 1, 2015. Specifically, the amendments reflect the tax rate changes effected by Chapter 59. As required by the new law, the withholding rates for the remainder of tax year 2015 reflect the full amount of tax liability for tax year 2015 as accurately as practicable. The amendments were adopted and signed by Commissioner Boone. Adoption

 

May 8, 2015

  • Adoption of amendments to Fuel Use Tax Regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the second quarter of 2015. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. The amendments were adopted and signed by Executive Deputy Commissioner Nonie Manion. Adoption
  • Proposal of amendments to Fuel Use Tax Regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the third quarter of 2015. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. The amendments were adopted and signed by Executive Deputy Commissioner Nonie Manion. Proposal

 

April 14, 2015

  • Emergency Adoption and Proposal of Amendments to the City of New York Withholding Tables and Other Methods Contained in Appendix 10-C. The amendments implement revised New York City withholding tables and other methods applicable to wages and other compensation paid on or after June 1, 2015. Specifically, the amendments reflect the tax rate changes effected by Chapter 59. As required by the new law, the withholding rates for the remainder of tax year 2015 reflect the full amount of tax liability for tax year 2015 as accurately as practicable. The amendments were adopted and signed by Executive Deputy Commissioner Nonie Manion. Emergency Adoption and Proposal

 

 February 10, 2015

  • Adoption of amendments to Fuel Use Tax Regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the first quarter of 2015. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. The amendments were adopted and signed by Executive Deputy Commissioner Nonie Manion. Adoption
  • Proposal of amendments to Fuel Use Tax Regulations to set the sales tax component and the composite rate per gallon of the Fuel Use Tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel for the second quarter of 2015. This regulation also reflects the aggregate rate per gallon for purposes of the joint administration of the Fuel Use Tax and Article 13-A carrier tax. The amendments were adopted and signed by Executive Deputy Commissioner Nonie Manion. Proposal

 

January 29, 2015

  • Adoption of amendments to subchapter H of the Alcoholic Beverage Tax Regulations to allow New York State farm distilleries to file annual Alcoholic Beverage Tax returns rather than monthly returns as currently required. The rule also amends section 60.1 of the regulations to eliminate unnecessarily specific references to annual production by farm breweries and an obsolete citation to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law. The amendments were adopted and signed by Commissioner Mattox. Adoption

 


The official versions of the rule making action documents are published in the State Register, produced by the New York State Department of State.

The official compilation of the Department of Taxation and Finance regulations is contained in Title 20 of the Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York (20 NYCRR).

To contact the Department of State, visit its Web site at www.dos.ny.gov

Updated: July 13, 2015