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FAQs about filing requirements, residency, and telecommuting

This page summarizes current New York state law and guidance relating to frequently asked questions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Paper carryout bag reduction fee

Beginning December 1, 2020, Albany County will impose the five-cent paper carryout bag reduction fee. Sales tax vendors that sell tangible personal property in Albany County must collect the fee when they provide a paper carryout bag to a customer.

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Registered distributors of alcoholic beverages

New for 2020 and 2021: Changes are coming for alcoholic beverages tax (ABT) filers.

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View our due dates calendar

Looking for your due date? View our calendar of filing due dates for corporation tax, personal income tax, and sales tax.

Missed a due date?

If you haven't filed and paid your tax, use our penalty and interest calculator to calculate your late filing and late payment penalties and interest.
Note: Only use this calculator if you're sending your late return and late payment together.

Take note: Enrollment deadline for ECEP is December 1, 2020

The Employer Compensation Expense Program (ECEP) established an optional Employer Compensation Expense Tax (ECET) that employers can elect to pay if they have employees who earn over $40,000 annually in wages and compensation in New York State. 

If you’re an employer who wants to enroll, you must make an annual affirmative election to participate in ECEP no later than December 1 to pay the optional tax in the following calendar year.

Learn about the Charitable Gifts Trust Fund

The FY 2019 Budget created a new Charitable Gifts Trust Fund in the joint custody of the New York State Commissioner of Taxation and Finance and the State Comptroller to accept donations for the purposes of improving health care and public education in New York State. If you're interested in making a contribution, review our guidance to learn more