An appeals court rules the controversial MTA payroll tax on employers in the region is constitutional.
State officials are accepting employers’ claims for future refunds if a state appeals court finds the MTA payroll tax is unconstitutional.
A temporary payroll tax holiday that expires at the end of 2012 will likely not be extended by Congress, the New York Times reported today.
The controversial MTA payroll tax was ruled unconstitutional but remains in effect pending an expected legal appeal by the MTA.
A state Supreme Court justice yesterday declared the Metropolitan Transportation Authority payroll tax unconstitutional, with the MTA saying it would appeal the decision.