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For instance, if you are employed within NYS but telecommute from another state, your income is still subject to NY taxation

I believe that's the situation with most states. Living in income-tax-free WA doesn't exempt you from OR tax on your earnings if you commute to OR for work.

But spending a couple of weeks per year in a vacation home shouldn't make you a full-year tax resident.

Twelve or so years ago CA was trying to collect tax from residents of other states who were taking withdrawls from their IRAs and 401ks that they had contributed to while previously living in CA. Nevada wouldn't cooperate, refusing to let CA grab money from former residents now living in NV. I hope NY's neighboring states do something similar to protect their residents against NY's rapaciousness. Of course, NY can always put liens on those vacation homes.

--fleg, who if he ever finds himself in NY again will pay cash for his hotel room and use a fake name--you never know.
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