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What are the implications if the NY State passes the TRUST Act, authorizing the Department of taxation and Finance to turn over his state tax return if Congress request them for a specific and legislative purpose? Will it restore Congress' checks?It’s clear that some people here don’t understand what this law is and/or don’t know how government works.The law affects (in this case) Trump’s state tax return. SCOTUS has no jurisdiction over state tax law. I’m not even sure how SCOTUS could weigh in on this insofar as there is no constitutional right of tax return privacy. Tax return privacy is an IRS law and only applies to federal tax returns. NY is free to write its own tax and privacy laws.Furthermore, it only pertains to releasing tax information to a congressional investigation on request, not plastering it on billboards or sending it to the media.And, let’s be clear, congress already has the unambiguous right to see Trump’s federal tax return now under Section 6103 of IRS law. Just because Trump has his minions trying to drag this out into a court fight that they will ultimately lose doesn’t mean that right doesn’t exist.
Which areas are considered part of Yonkers when applying for a job in NY state? I noticed there's a separate tax form to fill out where you check off if you presently live in Yonkers or not. Are Tuckahoe and/or Crestwood included?Crestwood IS a neighborhood in the city of Yonkers. Tuckahoe is NOT. Tuckahoe is a village in the town of Eastchester. Tuckahoe Road however is a street in Yonkers. It does not run through any other municipality. Another way for you to tell if you live in the city of Yonkers is if Mayor Mike Spano is your mayor. If he is, you are a resident of Yonkers.